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Academic Article The formalin test and the opioid nature of stress-induced analgesia.
Academic Article Extent and control of shock affects naltrexone sensitivity of stress-induced analgesia and reactivity to morphine.
Academic Article Opioid and nonopioid forms of stress-induced analgesia: some environmental determinants and characteristics.
Academic Article Long-term stress-induced analgesia blocked by scopolamine.
Academic Article Opiate antagonists and long-term analgesic reaction induced by inescapable shock in rats.
Academic Article Inescapable shock-induced potentiation of morphine analgesia in rats: involvement of opioid, GABAergic, and serotonergic mechanisms in the dorsal raphe nucleus.
Academic Article Inescapable shock-induced potentiation of morphine analgesia.
Academic Article The amygdala is necessary for the expression of conditioned but not unconditioned analgesia.
Academic Article Activation of the spinal cord complement cascade might contribute to mechanical allodynia induced by three animal models of spinal sensitization.
Academic Article Glia: novel counter-regulators of opioid analgesia.
Academic Article Diazepam modulation of stress-induced analgesia depends on the type of analgesia.
Academic Article Shock signals and the development of stress-induced analgesia.
Academic Article Acute and conditioned hyperalgesic responses to illness.
Academic Article Evidence that exogenous and endogenous fractalkine can induce spinal nociceptive facilitation in rats.
Academic Article Spinal cord glia and interleukin-1 do not appear to mediate persistent allodynia induced by intramuscular acidic saline in rats.
Academic Article The estrous cycle and estrogen modulate stress-induced analgesia.
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