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  1. The selective 5-HT1F receptor agonist lasmiditan inhibits trigeminal nociceptive processing: implications for migraine and cluster headache

    Vila Pueyo, M., Page, K., Murdock, P., Loraine, H., Woodrooffe, A., Johnson, K., Goadsby, P. & Holland, P., 16 Nov 2021, (E-pub ahead of print) In: British journal of pharmacology.

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  2. ASIC3 blockade inhibits durovascular and nitric oxide-mediated trigeminal pain

    Holton, C., Strother, L., Dripps, I., Pradhan, A., Goadsby, P. J. & Holland, P., 23 Dec 2019, (Accepted/In press) In: British journal of pharmacology.

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  3. Transient receptor potential ion channels in primary sensory neurons as targets for novel analgesics

    Sousa-Valente, J., Andreou, A. P., Urban, L. & Nagy, I., May 2014, In: British journal of pharmacology. 171, 10, p. 2508-2527

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  4. Myocardial β2-adrenoceptor gene delivery promotes coordinated cardiac adaptive remodelling and angiogenesis in heart failure

    Rengo, G., Zincarelli, C., Femminella, G. D., Liccardo, D., Pagano, G., De Lucia, C., Altobelli, G. G., Cimini, V., Ruggiero, D., Perrone-Filardi, P., Gao, E., Ferrara, N., Lymperopoulos, A., Koch, W. J. & Leosco, D., Aug 2012, In: British journal of pharmacology. 166, 8, p. 2348-2361 14 p.

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  5. PDE4 inhibitors: current status

    Spina, D., Oct 2008, In: British journal of pharmacology. 155, 3, p. 308-315 8 p.

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  6. In vivo evidence that 5-HT(2C) receptors inhibit 5-HT neuronal activity via a GABAergic mechanism

    Boothman, L., Raley, J., Denk, F., Hirani, E. & Sharp, T., Dec 2006, In: British journal of pharmacology. 149, 7, p. 861-9 9 p.

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  7. Inorganic nitrite: Protector against ischaemia reperfusion injury in the heart?

    Webb, A., McLean, P., Ahluwalia, A. & Benjamin, N., Apr 2003, In: British journal of pharmacology. 138, p. U10-U10

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  8. Comparative effects of cyclo-oxygenase and nitric oxide synthase inhibition on the development and reversal of spinal opioid tolerance

    Powell, K. J., Hosokawa, A., Bell, A. H., Sutak, M., Milne, B., Quirion, R. & Jhamandas, K., Jun 1999, In: British journal of pharmacology. 127, 3, p. 631-44 14 p.

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  9. Stimulation of airway sensory nerves by cyclosporin A and FK506 in guinea-pig isolated bronchus

    Harrison, S., Reddy, S., Page, C. P. & Spina, D., Dec 1998, In: British journal of pharmacology. 125, 7, p. 1405-1412 8 p.

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  10. The effect of hyperglycaemia on function of rat isolated mesenteric resistance artery

    Taylor, P. D. & Poston, L., Nov 1994, In: British journal of pharmacology. 113, 3, p. 801-8 8 p.

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  11. Endothelial function in the isolated perfused mesentery and aortae of rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes: effect of treatment with the aldose reductase inhibitor, ponalrestat

    Taylor, P. D., Wickenden, A. D., Mirrlees, D. J. & Poston, L., Jan 1994, In: British journal of pharmacology. 111, 1, p. 42-8 7 p.

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  12. Sympathetic neurotransmission in the rabbit isolated central ear artery is affected as early as one week following a single dose of X-irradiation

    Stewart-Lee, A. L., Maynard, K. I., Lincoln, J. & Burnstock, G., Jan 1991, In: British journal of pharmacology. 102, 1, p. 23-26

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