Michael M. Morgan

Affiliations: 
Washington State University Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
Area:
Pain, Periaqueductal Gray, Opioids
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Ram Kandasamy grad student
Paul J. Meyer grad student University of Michigan
Diane Lane grad student 2004 WSU
Michelle C. Widolff grad student 2011 WSU
Adrianne R. Wilson grad student 2011 WSU
Erin N. Bobeck grad student 2013 WSU
Kimber A. Saville grad student 2014 WSU
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Morgan MM, Tran A, Wescom RL, et al. (2019) Differences in Antinociceptive Signaling Mechanisms Following Morphine and Fentanyl Microinjections into the Rat Periaqueductal Gray. European Journal of Pain (London, England)
Bobeck EN, Schoo SM, Ingram SL, et al. (2019) Lack of antinociceptive cross-tolerance with co-administration of morphine and fentanyl into the periaqueductal gray of male Sprague-Dawley rats. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society
Hegarty DM, Hermes SM, Morgan MM, et al. (2018) Acute hyperalgesia and delayed dry eye after corneal abrasion injury. Pain Reports. 3: e664
Kandasamy R, Dawson CT, Hilgendorf TN, et al. (2018) Medication overuse headache following repeated morphine, but not [INCREMENT]9-tetrahydrocannabinol administration in the female rat. Behavioural Pharmacology
Schoo SM, Bobeck EN, Morgan MM. (2017) Enhanced antinociception with repeated microinjections of apomorphine into the periaqueductal gray of male and female rats. Behavioural Pharmacology
Kandasamy R, Dawson CT, Craft RM, et al. (2017) Anti-migraine effect of ∆(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol in the female rat. European Journal of Pharmacology
Kandasamy R, Lee AT, Morgan MM. (2017) Depression of home cage wheel running is an objective measure of spontaneous morphine withdrawal in rats with and without persistent pain. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior
Kandasamy R, Lee AT, Morgan MM. (2017) Depression of home cage wheel running: a reliable and clinically relevant method to assess migraine pain in rats. The Journal of Headache and Pain. 18: 5
Kandasamy R, Calsbeek JJ, Morgan MM. (2016) Analysis of inflammation-induced depression of home cage wheel running in rats reveals the difference between opioid antinociception and restoration of function. Behavioural Brain Research
Campion KN, Saville KA, Morgan MM. (2016) Relative Contribution of the Dorsal Raphe Nucleus and Ventrolateral Periaqueductal Gray to Morphine Antinociception and Tolerance in the Rat. The European Journal of Neuroscience
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