Bruce Pomeranz

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
pain, acupuncture
"Bruce Pomeranz"
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Pomeranz B, Warma N. (1988) Electroacupuncture suppression of a nociceptive reflex is potentiated by two repeated electroacupuncture treatments: the first opioid effect potentiates a second non-opioid effect. Brain Research. 452: 232-6
Pomeranz B, Bibic L. (1988) Electroacupuncture suppresses a nociceptive reflex: naltrexone prevents but does not reverse this effect. Brain Research. 452: 227-31
Peets JM, Pomeranz B. (1987) Studies in suppression of nocifensive reflexes measured with tail flick electromyograms and using intrathecal drugs in barbiturate anesthetized rats. Brain Research. 416: 301-7
Pomeranz B, Nguyen P. (1987) Intrathecal diazepam suppresses nociceptive reflexes and potentiates electroacupuncture effects in pentobarbital-anesthetized rats. Neuroscience Letters. 77: 316-20
Markus H, Pomeranz B. (1987) Saphenous has weak ineffective synapses in sciatic territory of rat spinal cord: electrical stimulation of the saphenous or application of drugs reveal these somatotopically inappropriate synapses. Brain Research. 416: 315-21
Markus H, Pomeranz B, Krushelnycky D. (1984) Spread of saphenous somatotopic projection map in spinal cord and hypersensitivity of the foot after chronic sciatic denervation in adult rat. Brain Research. 296: 27-39
Peets JM, Power C, Pomeranz B. (1984) Long latency spinal cord dorsum potential; suppression by intrathecal morphine and enkephalin analog. Brain Research. 304: 279-84
Peets JM, Pomeranz B. (1984) Acupuncture-like tens analgesia is influenced by spinal cord endorphins but not serotonin: an intrathecal pharmacological study Pain. 18
Kalaska J, Pomeranz B. (1982) Chronic peripheral nerve injuries alter the somatotopic organization of the cuneate nucleus in kittens. Brain Research. 236: 35-47
Cheng RS, Pomeranz B. (1981) Monoaminergic mechanism of electroacupuncture analgesia. Brain Research. 215: 77-92
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