iasp2002

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Loss of IB4 staining in dorsal root ganglion neurons after spinal nerve ligation is not the result of cell death.

Arunkumar R, Ackerman LL, Jones III R, Holdsworth R, Proudfit HK, Hammond DL (2002) Loss of IB4 staining in dorsal root ganglion neurons after spinal nerve ligation is not the result of cell death. IASP 2002 Abstracts International Association for the Study of Pain, San Diego, CA.

Related Products: IB4-SAP (Cat. #IT-10)

Loss of IB4-positive sensory neurons mitigates the consequences of nerve injury in the rat.

Tarpley JW, MacIntyre E, Martin WJ (2002) Loss of IB4-positive sensory neurons mitigates the consequences of nerve injury in the rat. IASP 2002 Abstracts International Association for the Study of Pain, San Diego, CA.

Related Products: IB4-SAP (Cat. #IT-10)

Role of lamina I neurons expressing the substance P receptor in the prevention and treatment of a spontaneous pain-like behavior following excitotoxic spinal cord injury (SCI).

Yezierski RP, Yu C, Lappi DA, Mantyh PW, Wiley RG (2002) Role of lamina I neurons expressing the substance P receptor in the prevention and treatment of a spontaneous pain-like behavior following excitotoxic spinal cord injury (SCI). IASP 2002 Abstracts International Association for the Study of Pain, San Diego, CA.

Related Products: SSP-SAP (Cat. #IT-11)

Plasticity of wide dynamic range neurones following site-selective ablation of NK-1 receptor expressing lamina I neurones in rat spinal cord.

Suzuki R, Morcuende S, Webber M, Hunt SP, Dickenson AH (2002) Plasticity of wide dynamic range neurones following site-selective ablation of NK-1 receptor expressing lamina I neurones in rat spinal cord. IASP 2002 Abstracts International Association for the Study of Pain, San Diego, CA.

Related Products: SP-SAP (Cat. #IT-07)

Descending facilitation from the rostral ventromedial medulla maintains, but does not initiate, neuropathic pain.

Burgess SE, Gardell LR, Ossipov MH, Malan T, Vanderah TW, Lai J, Porreca F (2002) Descending facilitation from the rostral ventromedial medulla maintains, but does not initiate, neuropathic pain. IASP 2002 Abstracts International Association for the Study of Pain, San Diego, CA.

Related Products: Dermorphin-SAP / MOR-SAP (Cat. #IT-12)

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