J. Timothy Cannon

The University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, United States 
Pain Inhibition, Environmental Enrichment
"J. Timothy Cannon"
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Aperghis M, Johnson IP, Cannon J, et al. (2004) Different levels of neuroprotection by two insulin-like growth factor-I splice variants Brain Research. 1009: 213-218
Aperghis M, Johnson IP, Patel N, et al. (2003) Age, diet and injury affect the survival of facial motoneurons Neuroscience. 117: 97-104
Baldwin AE, Cannon JT. (1996) Sensitization of the tail-flick reflex following exposure to either a single prolonged test trial or behavioral testing under the analgesic influence of morphine. Pain. 67: 163-72
Levine R, Morgan MM, Cannon JT, et al. (1991) Stimulation of the periaqueductal gray matter of the rat produces a preferential ipsilateral antinociception. Brain Research. 567: 140-4
Cannon JT, Liebeskind JC. (1987) Analgesic effects of electrical brain stimulation and stress. Brain stem mechanisms. Pain and Headache. 9: 283-94
Cannon JT, Shavit Y, Liebeskind JC. (1986) Rotation speed can determine whether the resulting stress-induced analgesia is blocked by naloxone Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 425-427
Depaulis A, Cannon JT, Morgan MM, et al. (1985) Differences in the characteristics of the neuronal populations underlying two forms of stimulation-produced analgesia in the periaqueductal gray matter of rat Federation Proceedings. 44: No. 7685
Cannon JT, Terman GW, Lewis JW, et al. (1984) Body region shocked need not critically define the neurochemical basis of stress analgesia. Brain Research. 323: 316-9
Terman GW, Shavit Y, Lewis JW, et al. (1984) Intrinsic mechanisms of pain inhibition: activation by stress. Science (New York, N.Y.). 226: 1270-7
Lewis JW, Cannon JT, Liebeskind JC. (1983) Involvement of central muscarinic cholinergic mechanisms in opioid stress analgesia. Brain Research. 270: 289-93
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