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Sensory receptors in mammalian skin in an in vitro preparationREEH, P. W.Neuroscience letters. 1986, Vol 66, Num 2, pp 141-146, issn 0304-3940Article


Interactions of inflammatory mediators stimulating release of calcitonin gene-related peptide, substance P and prostaglandin E2 from isolated rat skinAVERBECK, B; REEH, P. W.Neuropharmacology. 2001, Vol 40, Num 3, pp 416-423, issn 0028-3908Article

Doppelblindstudie zur hypoxieprotektiven Wirkung eines standardisierten Ginkgo-Biloba-Präparates nach Mehrfachverabreichung an gesunden Probanden = Etude en double aveugle de l'effet protecteur de l'hypoxie d'une préparation standard de Ginkgobilobae après administration répétée des volontaires sains = Double-blind study of the hypoxia protective effect of a standardised Ginkgo bilobae preparation after repeated administration in healthy volonteersSCHAFFLER, K; REEH, P. W.Arzneimittel-Forschung. 1985, Vol 35, Num 8, pp 1283-1286, issn 0004-4172Article

Induction and reduction of muscle tremor upon acute and repeated administration of the β2-agonists terbutaline, salbutamol and tulobuterolSCHAFFLER, K; REEH, P. W.International journal of clinical pharmacology, therapy and toxicology (1980). 1987, Vol 25, Num 12, pp 673-682, issn 0174-4879Article

Substance P, calcitonin gene related peptide and PGE2 co-released from the mouse colon: a new model to study nociceptive and inflammatory responses in viscera, in vitroROZA, C; REEH, P. W.Pain (Amsterdam). 2001, Vol 93, Num 3, pp 213-219, issn 0304-3959Article

TRPV1, TRPA1, and CB1 in the isolated vagus nerve ― Axonal chemosensitivity and control of neuropeptide releaseWELLER, K; REEH, P. W; SAUER, S. K et al.Neuropeptides (Edinburgh). 2011, Vol 45, Num 6, pp 391-400, issn 0143-4179, 10 p.Article

The nociceptor sensitization by bradykinin does not depend on sympathetic neuronsKOLTZENBURG, M; KRESS, M; REEH, P. W et al.Neuroscience. 1992, Vol 46, Num 2, pp 465-473, issn 0306-4522Article

ATP can enhance the proton-induced CGRP release through P2Y receptors and secondary PGE2 release in isolated rat dura materZIMMERMANN, K; REEH, P. W; AVERBECK, B et al.Pain (Amsterdam). 2002, Vol 97, Num 3, pp 259-265, issn 0304-3959Article

Denervation and NKI receptor block modulate stimulated CGRP and PGE2 release from rat skinSAUER, S. K; AVERBECK, B; REEH, P. W et al.Neuroreport (Oxford). 2000, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 283-286, issn 0959-4965Article

Actions of cholinergic agonists and antagonists on sensory nerve endings in rat skin, in vitroSTEEN, K. H; REEH, P. W.Journal of neurophysiology. 1993, Vol 70, Num 1, pp 397-405, issn 0022-3077Article

Unresponsive afferent nerve fibres in the sural nerve of the ratHANDWERKER, H. O; REEH, P. W.Journal of physiology. 1991, Vol 435, pp 229-242, issn 0022-3751, 14 p.Article

Analgesic effect of ASA va a lithium-ASA combination: an evoked potential study employing radiant heat stimulation with a CO2-laser (Pharmacopsychiatry, 20, 1987, 217-221)SCHAFFLER, K; REEH, P. W; ZENTZIS et al.Pharmacopsychiatry. 1988, Vol 21, Num 2, pp 110-111, issn 0176-3679Article

Nociceptive neurons in the rat caudal trigeminal nucleus respond to blood plasma perfusion of the subarachnoid space : the involvement of complementEBERSBERGER, A; HANDWERKER, H. O; REEH, P. W et al.Pain (Amsterdam). 1999, Vol 81, Num 3, pp 283-288, issn 0304-3959Article

Stable analogues of cyclic AMP but not cyclic GMP sensitize unmyelinated primary afferents in rat skin to heat stimulation but not to inflammatory mediators, in vitroKRESS, M; RÖDL, J; REEH, P. W et al.Neuroscience. 1996, Vol 74, Num 2, pp 609-617, issn 0306-4522Article

Effects of oxygen radicals on nociceptive afferents in the rat skin in vitroKRESS, M; RIEDL, B; REEH, P. W et al.Pain (Amsterdam). 1995, Vol 62, Num 1, pp 87-94, issn 0304-3959Article

Discharge patterns of afferent cutaneous nerve fibers from the rat's tail during prolonged noxious mechanical stimulationHANDWERKER, H. O; ANTON, F; REEH, P. W et al.Experimental brain research. 1987, Vol 65, Num 3, pp 493-504, issn 0014-4819Article

Location of motoneurones projecting to the cat distal fore limb. II: Median and ulnar motornucleiFRITZ, N; ILLERT, M; REEH, P et al.Journal of comparative neurology (1911). 1986, Vol 244, Num 3, pp 302-312, issn 0021-9967Article

S(+)-flurbiprofen but not 5-HT1 agonists suppress basal and stimulated CGRP and PGE2 release from isolated rat dura materZIMMERMANN, K; REEH, P. W; AVERBECK, B et al.Pain (Amsterdam). 2003, Vol 103, Num 3, pp 313-320, issn 0304-3959, 8 p.Article

An interaction of inflammatory mediators and protons in small diameter dorsal root ganglion neurons of the ratKRESS, M; REEH, P. W; VYKLICKY, L et al.Neuroscience letters. 1997, Vol 224, Num 1, pp 37-40, issn 0304-3940Article

Pain due to experimental acidosis in human skin : evidence for non-adapting nociceptor excitationSTEEN, K. H; ISSBERNER, U; REEH, P. W et al.Neuroscience letters. 1995, Vol 199, Num 1, pp 29-32, issn 0304-3940Article

Conditioning of histamine by bradykinin alters responses of rat nociceptor and human itch sensationKOPPERT, W; REEH, P. W; HANDWERKER, H. O et al.Neuroscience letters. 1993, Vol 152, Num 1-2, pp 117-120, issn 0304-3940Article

Does neurogenic inflammation alter the sensitivity of unmyelinated nociceptors in the rat?REEH, P. W; KOCHER, L; JUNG, S et al.Brain research. 1986, Vol 384, Num 1, pp 42-50, issn 0006-8993Article

Modulation of CGRP and PGE2 release from isolated rat skin by α-adrenoceptors and κopioid-receptorsAVERBECK, B; REEH, P. W; MICHAELIS, M et al.Neuroreport (Oxford). 2001, Vol 12, Num 10, pp 2097-2100, issn 0959-4965Article

Pain due to tissue acidosis : a mechanism for inflammatory and ischemic myalgia ?ISSBERNER, U; REEH, P. W; STEEN, K. H et al.Neuroscience letters. 1996, Vol 208, Num 3, pp 191-194, issn 0304-3940Article

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