Toshihiro Matsumura

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Intraplantar injection of capsaicin (1.6 microg/paw) into the mouse hindpaw produced an acute paw-licking/biting response. This study was designed (1) to investigate the antinociceptive effects of intraplantar administration of capsazepine, a competitive vanilloid receptor antagonist, and ruthenium red, a noncompetitive antagonist, in the nociceptive(More)
We introduce a small cost of leading (small gain from waiting) in the two-player action commitment game formulated by Hamilton and Slutsky (1990). We investigate a quantity competition model with linear demand and constant marginal costs. We find that there exists a unique randomized strategy equilibrium as long as the leading cost is positive and not too(More)
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