William D. Willis

Affiliations: 
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX 
Area:
pain physiology
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Lenz FA, Casey KL, Jones EG, et al. (2010) The human pain system: Experimental and clinical perspectives The Human Pain System: Experimental and Clinical Perspectives. 1-638
Carlton SM, Du J, Tan HY, et al. (2009) Peripheral and central sensitization in remote spinal cord regions contribute to central neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury. Pain. 147: 265-76
Adwanikar H, Ji G, Li W, et al. (2007) Spinal CGRP1 receptors contribute to supraspinally organized pain behavior and pain-related sensitization of amygdala neurons. Pain. 132: 53-66
Sun R, Yan J, Willis WD. (2007) Activation of protein kinase B/Akt in the periphery contributes to pain behavior induced by capsaicin in rats. Neuroscience. 144: 286-94
Du J, Hulsebosch C, Lin Q, et al. (2007) (672) The Journal of Pain. 8: S19
Zhang X, Lei Y, Fang L, et al. (2007) (638) The Journal of Pain. 8: S10
Yan JY, Sun RQ, Hughes MG, et al. (2006) Intradermal injection of capsaicin induces acute substance P release from rat spinal cord dorsal horn. Neuroscience Letters. 410: 183-6
Bird GC, Han JS, Fu Y, et al. (2006) Pain-related synaptic plasticity in spinal dorsal horn neurons: role of CGRP. Molecular Pain. 2: 31
Zhang X, Wu J, Fang L, et al. (2006) The effects of protein phosphatase inhibitors on the duration of central sensitization of rat dorsal horn neurons following injection of capsaicin. Molecular Pain. 2: 23
Valencia-de Ita S, Lawand NB, Lin Q, et al. (2006) Role of the Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransporter in the development of capsaicin-induced neurogenic inflammation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 95: 3553-61
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