Raphe and periaqueductal gray induced suppression of non-nociceptive neuronal responses in the dorsal column nuclei and trigeminal subnucleus caudalis : J.O. Dostrovsky, Brain Res., 200 (1980) 184–189

@article{Oleson1981RapheAP,
  title={Raphe and periaqueductal gray induced suppression of non-nociceptive neuronal responses in the dorsal column nuclei and trigeminal subnucleus caudalis : J.O. Dostrovsky, Brain Res., 200 (1980) 184–189},
  author={Terrence Dale Oleson and D. B. Kirkpatrick and Noel J. Dawson and Anthony H. Dickenson and R. F. Hellon},
  journal={PAIN},
  year={1981},
  volume={11}
}
Elevation of pain threshold to tooth shock by brain stimulation in primates. T.D. Oleson, D.B. Kirkpatrick and S.J. Goodman, Brain Res., 194 (1980) 79--95 Electrical stimulation of various structures of the brain (ESB) was used to study stimulation produced analgesia (SPA) and aversive side effects. Nine rhesus monkeys were first trained to press a lever to escape or titrate noxious tooth shock. Stimulating electrodes were placed under the frontal cortex in 4 monkeys and were implanted in the… CONTINUE READING