Barry D. Goldstein

Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, United States 
"Barry Goldstein"
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Kuhn FA, Gonzalez S, Rodriguez M, et al. (1997) Capsaicin's effect on rat nasal mucosa substance P release: experimental basis for vasomotor rhinitis treatment. American Journal of Rhinology. 11: 313-6
Zachariou V, Goldstein BD. (1997) Dynorphin-(1-8) inhibits the release of substance P-like immunoreactivity in the spinal cord of rats following a noxious mechanical stimulus. European Journal of Pharmacology. 323: 159-65
Zachariou V, Goldstein BD, Yeomans DC. (1997) Low but not high rate noxious radiant skin heating evokes a capsaicin-sensitive increase in spinal cord dorsal horn release of substance P. Brain Research. 752: 143-50
Zachariou V, Goldstein BD. (1996) Delta-Opioid receptor modulation of the release of substance P-like immunoreactivity in the dorsal horn of the rat following mechanical or thermal noxious stimulation. Brain Research. 736: 305-14
Zachariou V, Goldstein BD. (1996) Kappa-opioid receptor modulation of the release of substance P in the dorsal horn. Brain Research. 706: 80-8
Holland LN, Goldstein BD. (1994) Examination of tonic nociceptive behavior using a method of substance P-receptor desensitization in the dorsal horn. Pain. 56: 339-46
Holland LN, Goldstein BD, Aronstam RS. (1993) Substance P receptor desensitization in the dorsal horn: possible involvement of receptor-G protein complexes. Brain Research. 600: 89-96
Goldstein BD. (1991) Effects of acute administration of soman on spinal cord reflexes in the cat. Toxicology Letters. 57: 139-46
McCarson KE, Goldstein BD. (1991) Release of substance P into the superficial dorsal horn following nociceptive activation of the hindpaw of the rat. Brain Research. 568: 109-15
De Rojas TC, Goldstein BD. (1990) Lack of evidence for the size principle of selective vulnerability of axons in toxic neuropathies. I. The effects of subcutaneous injections of 2,5-hexanedione on behavior and muscle spindle function. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. 104: 47-58
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