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Academic Article Opioid and nonopioid interactions in two forms of stress-induced analgesia.
Academic Article Stress potentiation of morphine-induced dopamine efflux in the nucleus accumbens shell is dependent upon stressor uncontrollability and is mediated by the dorsal raphe nucleus.
Academic Article Phenylephrine-induced antinociception: investigations of potential neural and endocrine bases.
Academic Article The glial activation inhibitor AV411 reduces morphine-induced nucleus accumbens dopamine release.
Academic Article (+)-naloxone, an opioid-inactive toll-like receptor 4 signaling inhibitor, reverses multiple models of chronic neuropathic pain in rats.
Academic Article Opioid activation of toll-like receptor 4 contributes to drug reinforcement.
Academic Article Non-stereoselective reversal of neuropathic pain by naloxone and naltrexone: involvement of toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4).
Academic Article Reduction of opioid withdrawal and potentiation of acute opioid analgesia by systemic AV411 (ibudilast).
Academic Article Evidence that opioids may have toll-like receptor 4 and MD-2 effects.
Academic Article Naloxone-precipitated morphine withdrawal behavior and brain IL-1? expression: comparison of different mouse strains.
Academic Article Inhibiting the TLR4-MyD88 signalling cascade by genetic or pharmacological strategies reduces acute alcohol-induced sedation and motor impairment in mice.
Concept Naloxone
Academic Article In vivo veritas: (+)-Naltrexone's actions define translational importance: A letter in response to Skolnick et al. 'Translational potential of naloxone and naltrexone as TLR4 antagonists'.
Academic Article Glial TLR4 signaling does not contribute to opioid-induced depression of respiration.
Academic Article Select steroid hormone glucuronide metabolites can cause toll-like receptor 4 activation and enhanced pain.
Academic Article DAT isn't all that: cocaine reward and reinforcement require Toll-like receptor 4 signaling.
Academic Article Post-stroke Intranasal (+)-Naloxone Delivery Reduces Microglial Activation and Improves Behavioral Recovery from Ischemic Injury.
Academic Article Methamphetamine Activates Toll-Like Receptor 4 to Induce Central Immune Signaling within the Ventral Tegmental Area and Contributes to Extracellular Dopamine Increase in the Nucleus Accumbens Shell.

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