Involvement of kainate glutamate receptors in the modulation of neuronal transmission in brain areas involved in migraine pathophysiology

@inproceedings{Andreou2009InvolvementOK,
  title={Involvement of kainate glutamate receptors in the modulation of neuronal transmission in brain areas involved in migraine pathophysiology},
  author={Alexandreou Andreou},
  year={2009}
}
Andreou AP, Storer RJ, Holland PR, Goadsby PJ (2006) CNQX inhibits trigeminovascular neurons in the rat: a microiontophoresis study. Cephalalgia 26:p1383 Andreou AP, Holland PR, Goadsby PJ (2007) GluR5 kainate receptor activation inhibits trigeminal neurogenic dural vasodilation. Cephalalgia 27:p608 Andreou AP, Holland PR, Goadsby PJ (2007) Preand post-synaptic involvement of GluR5 kainate receptors in trigeminovascular nociceptive processing. Cephalalgia 27:p605 Andreou AP, Holland PR, Goadsby… CONTINUE READING

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