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L'ocytocine, un neurotransmetteur qui soulage les douleurs
Conséquences des perturbations périnatales sur les réponses douloureuses [= Consequences of perinatal disturbances on pain responses]
Neurohormonal effects of oxytocin and vasopressin receptor agonists on spinal pain processing in male rats.
Oxytocin Signaling in Pain: Cellular, Circuit, System, and Behavioral Levels.
Characterization of the fast GABAergic inhibitory action of etifoxine during spinal nociceptive processing in male rats.
Poincaré plot descriptors of heart rate variability as markers of persistent pain expression in freely moving rats.
Etifoxine stimulates allopregnanolone synthesis in the spinal cord to produce analgesia in experimental mononeuropathy.
Conséquences sur les voies de la douleur d’une séparation précoce
Radiotelemetric and symptomatic evaluation of pain in the rat after laparotomy: long-term benefits of perioperative ropivacaine care.
Spinal Cord Mechanisms in Acute and Chronic Pain States
Insights into the mechanisms and the emergence of sex-differences in pain.
Fast nongenomic effects of steroids on synaptic transmission and role of endogenous neurosteroids in spinal pain pathways.
Long-lasting spinal oxytocin analgesia is ensured by the stimulation of allopregnanolone synthesis which potentiates GABA(A) receptor-mediated synaptic inhibition.
Fast non-genomic effects of progesterone-derived neurosteroids on nociceptive thresholds and pain symptoms.
Plasma glucocorticoids differentially modulate phasic and tonic GABA inhibition during early postnatal development in rat spinal lamina II.
Corticosterone analgesia is mediated by the spinal production of neuroactive metabolites that enhance GABAergic inhibitory transmission on dorsal horn rat neurons.
Analgesic strategies aimed at stimulating the endogenous production of allopregnanolone.
Differentiating thermal allodynia and hyperalgesia using dynamic hot and cold plate in rodents.
Mapping of endogenous morphine-like compounds in the adult mouse brain: Evidence of their localization in astrocytes and GABAergic cells.
Comparison of serum and lithium-heparinate plasma for the accurate measurements of endogenous and exogenous morphine concentrations.

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