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Conditioning and hyperalgesia in newborns exposed to repeated heel lances.Academic Article Why?
Influence of repeated painful procedures and sucrose analgesia on the development of hyperalgesia in newborn infants.Academic Article Why?
Pre-treatment with morphine does not prevent the development of remifentanil-induced hyperalgesia.Academic Article Why?
Glucocorticoid regulation of ATP release from spinal astrocytes underlies diurnal exacerbation of neuropathic mechanical allodynia.Academic Article Why?
Morphine hyperalgesia gated through microglia-mediated disruption of neuronal Cl? homeostasis.Academic Article Why?
Afferent hyperexcitability in neuropathic pain and the inconvenient truth about its degeneracy.Academic Article Why?
Cellular neuroplasticity mechanisms mediating pain persistence.Academic Article Why?
Deepening understanding of the neural substrates of chronic pain.Academic Article Why?
Different immune cells mediate mechanical pain hypersensitivity in male and female mice.Academic Article Why?
Microglial P2X4R-evoked pain hypersensitivity is sexually dimorphic in rats.Academic Article Why?
Microglial pannexin-1 channel activation is a spinal determinant of joint pain.Academic Article Why?
Priming of Adult Incision Response by Early-Life Injury: Neonatal Microglial Inhibition Has Persistent But Sexually Dimorphic Effects in Adult Rats.Academic Article Why?
Spinal cord protein interacting with C kinase 1 is required for the maintenance of complete Freund's adjuvant-induced inflammatory pain but not for incision-induced post-operative pain.Academic Article Why?
Spinal microglia and neuropathic pain in young rats.Academic Article Why?
Transformation of the output of spinal lamina I neurons after nerve injury and microglia stimulation underlying neuropathic pain.Academic Article Why?
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