John H. Wolstencroft

University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
"John Wolstencroft"
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Horton RC, Logan SD, Wolstencroft JH. (1985) A microiontophoretic study of the actions of the putative sleep factor, piperidine, in the rat brainstem. British Journal of Pharmacology. 85: 37-44
Lumb BM, Wolstencroft JH. (1985) Electrophysiological studies of a rostral projection from the nucleus raphe magnus to the hypothalamus in the rat and cat. Brain Research. 327: 336-9
Cervero F, Wolstencroft JH. (1984) A positive feedback loop between spinal cord nociceptive pathways and antinociceptive areas of the cat's brain stem. Pain. 20: 125-38
Lovick TA, Wolstencroft JH. (1983) Projections from brain stem nuclei to the spinal trigeminal nucleus in the cat. Neuroscience. 9: 411-20
West DC, Wolstencroft JH. (1983) Strength-duration characteristics of myelinated and non-myelinated bulbospinal axons in the cat spinal cord. The Journal of Physiology. 337: 37-50
Smyth DG, Parish DC, Normanton JR, et al. (1983) The C-terminal dipeptide of beta-endorphin: a neuropeptide with inhibitory activity. Life Sciences. 33: 575-8
Wolstencroft JH. (1983) Peripheral and central substrates involved in the rostrad transmission of nociceptive information. Pain. 17: 310-5
Parish DC, Smyth DG, Normanton JR, et al. (1983) Glycyl glutamine, an inhibitory neuropeptide derived from beta-endorphin. Nature. 306: 267-70
Lovick TA, Wolstencroft JH. (1983) Actions of GABA, glycine, methionine-enkephalin and beta-endorphin compared with electrical stimulation of nucleus raphe magnus on responses evoked by tooth pulp stimulation in the medial reticular formation in the cat. Pain. 15: 131-44
Logan SD, Lovick TA, West DC, et al. (1982) Inhibitory actions of a novel endogenous tripeptide, methyionyl-tyrosyl-lysine, on proprioceptive neurons in the lumbar spinal cord of the cat. Neuroscience. 7: 2841-7
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