Jana Sawynok

Affiliations: 
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Area:
pain, opioids
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Nascimento FP, Macedo-Júnior SJ, Pamplona FA, et al. (2015) Adenosine A1 receptor-dependent antinociception induced by inosine in mice: pharmacological, genetic and biochemical aspects. Molecular Neurobiology. 51: 1368-78
Sawynok J, Reid AR, Fredholm BB. (2010) Caffeine reverses antinociception by oxcarbazepine by inhibition of adenosine A1 receptors: insights using knockout mice. Neuroscience Letters. 473: 178-81
Sawynok J, Reid AR, Fredholm BB. (2008) Caffeine reverses antinociception by amitriptyline in wild type mice but not in those lacking adenosine A1 receptors. Neuroscience Letters. 440: 181-4
Sawynok J, Reid AR, Liu XJ, et al. (2005) Amitriptyline enhances extracellular tissue levels of adenosine in the rat hindpaw and inhibits adenosine uptake. European Journal of Pharmacology. 518: 116-22
Eisenach JC, Hood DD, Curry R, et al. (2004) Intrathecal but not intravenous opioids release adenosine from the spinal cord. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society. 5: 64-8
Sawynok J, Liu XJ. (2003) Adenosine in the spinal cord and periphery: release and regulation of pain. Progress in Neurobiology. 69: 313-40
Liu XJ, White TD, Sawynok J. (2002) Enhanced release of adenosine in rat hind paw following spinal nerve ligation: involvement of capsaicin-sensitive sensory afferents. Neuroscience. 114: 379-87
Liu XJ, White TD, Sawynok J. (2002) Intraplantar injection of glutamate evokes peripheral adenosine release in the rat hind paw: involvement of peripheral ionotropic glutamate receptors and capsaicin-sensitive sensory afferents. Journal of Neurochemistry. 80: 562-70
Heughan CE, Allen GV, Chase TD, et al. (2002) Peripheral amitriptyline suppresses formalin-induced Fos expression in the rat spinal cord. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 94: 427-31, table of con
Liu XJ, White TD, Sawynok J. (2001) Involvement of primary sensory afferents, postganglionic sympathetic nerves and mast cells in the formalin-evoked peripheral release of adenosine. European Journal of Pharmacology. 429: 147-55
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