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ANDREWS, K; FITZGERALD, M; (1994) THE CUTANEOUS WITHDRAWAL REFLEX IN HUMAN NEONATES - SENSITIZATION, RECEPTIVE-FIELDS, AND THE EFFECTS OF CONTRALATERAL STIMULATION. PAIN , 56 (1) 95 - 101.

Attwell, D; Mobbs, P; (1994) Neurotransmitter transporters. Curr Opin Neurobiol , 4 (3) pp. 353-359.

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CONSTANTINOU, J; REYNOLDS, ML; WOOLF, CJ; SAFIEHGARABEDIAN, B; FITZGERALD, M; (1994) NERVE GROWTH AND FACTOR LEVELS IN DEVELOPING RAT SKIN - UP-REGULATION FOLLOWING SKIN WOUNDING. NEUROREPORT , 5 (17) 2281 - 2284.

Coggeshall, RE; Pover, CM; Fitzgerald, M; (1994) Dorsal root ganglion cell death and surviving cell numbers in relation to the development of sensory innervation in the rat hindlimb. Brain Res Dev Brain Res , 82 (1-2) pp. 193-212.

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KOVALCHUK, Y; MILLER, B; SARANTIS, M; ATTWELL, D; (1994) ARACHIDONIC-ACID DEPRESSES NON-NMDA RECEPTOR CURRENTS. BRAIN RESEARCH , 643 (1-2) pp. 287-295. 10.1016/0006-8993(94)90035-3.

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SHORTLAND, P; FITZGERALD, M; (1994) NEONATAL SCIATIC-NERVE SECTION RESULTS IN A REARRANGEMENT OF THE CENTRAL TERMINALS OF SAPHENOUS AND AXOTOMIZED SCIATIC-NERVE AFFERENTS IN THE DORSAL HORN OF THE SPINAL-CORD OF THE ADULT-RAT. EUR J NEUROSCI , 6 (1) 75 - 86.

SIVILOTTI, L; WOOLF, CJ; (1994) THE CONTRIBUTION OF GABA(A) AND GLYCINE RECEPTORS TO CENTRAL SENSITIZATION - DISINHIBITION AND TOUCH-EVOKED ALLODYNIA IN THE SPINAL-CORD. J NEUROPHYSIOL , 72 (1) 169 - 179.

STANFA, LC; DICKENSON, AH; (1994) ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE SPINAL ROLES OF ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDS IN CARRAGEENAN INFLAMMATION. PAIN , 56 (2) 185 - 191.

STANFA, LC; DICKENSON, AH; (1994) ENHANCED ALPHA-2-ADRENERGIC CONTROLS AND SPINAL MORPHINE POTENCY IN INFLAMMATION. NEUROREPORT , 5 (4) 469 - 472.

SZATKOWSKI, M; ATTWELL, D; (1994) TRIGGERING AND EXECUTION OF NEURONAL DEATH IN BRAIN ISCHEMIA - 2 PHASES OF GLUTAMATE RELEASE BY DIFFERENT MECHANISMS. TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES , 17 (9) pp. 359-365. 10.1016/0166-2236(94)90040-X.

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