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Central glucocorticoid receptor: a new role in the cellular mechanisms of neuropathic pain.
The intravenous ketamine test: a predictive response tool for oral dextromethorphan treatment in neuropathic pain.
Expression of spinal NMDA receptor and PKCgamma after chronic morphine is regulated by spinal glucocorticoid receptor.
Central glucocorticoid receptors modulate the expression and function of spinal NMDA receptors after peripheral nerve injury.
The intravenous ketamine test predicts subsequent response to an oral dextromethorphan treatment regimen in fibromyalgia patients.
A functional relationship between trigeminal astroglial activation and NR1 expression in a rat model of temporomandibular joint inflammation.
Spinal leptin contributes to the pathogenesis of neuropathic pain in rodents.
Leptin enhances NMDA-induced spinal excitation in rats: A functional link between adipocytokine and neuropathic pain.
Exacerbated mechanical hyperalgesia in rats with genetically predisposed depressive behavior: role of melatonin and NMDA receptors.
Regulation of the trigeminal NR1 subunit expression induced by inflammation of the temporomandibular joint region in rats.
Nociceptive behavior following hindpaw burn injury in young rats: response to systemic morphine.
Peripheral nerve injury alters the expression of NF-?B in the rat's hippocampus.
Disruption of persistent nociceptive behavior in rats with learning impairment.
Surgical incision-induced nociception causes cognitive impairment and reduction in synaptic NMDA receptor 2B in mice.
Midazolam exacerbates morphine tolerance and morphine-induced hyperactive behaviors in young rats with burn injury.
Central Mechanisms of Orofacial Pain
Chronic Opioid Therapy Modifies QST Changes After Ketamine Infusion in Chronic Pain Patients.
Receptors N Methyl D Aspartate