Abstracts from Society for Neuroscience (SFN) Symposium October 23-28, 1999 – Miami, Florida

271.1 Inhibition of mustard oil-induced thermal hyperalgesia in an operant escape task by substance P-saporin. R.G. WILEY*, D.A. LAPPI and C.J. VIERCK Univ. of Florida Brain Inst. and Adv. Targeting Systems, San Diego. Pain modulation: anatomy and physiology–substance P and NK-1 (POSTER) 272.8 Depletion of IB4-binding sensory neurons results in elevated nociceptive thresholds. L. VULCHANOVA*, […]

Society for Neuroscience (SFN) Symposium October 23-28, 1999 – Miami, Florida

Symposium:  “Exciting New Advances in Pain Research and Treatment Using Receptor Internalization Technologies” D.A. Thomas, NIDA-NIH (co-chair); R.G. Wiley, Vanderbilt University; W.J. Martin, UCSF; M.J. Iadorola, NIDCR-NIH; P. Mantyh, University of Minnesota; R.M. Caudle, University of Florida (co-chair)  A press conference was held prior to the Thursday, Oct. 28 symposium. Carl Hall, journalist for the […]