James E. Krause

Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, United States 
"James Krause"
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Wustrow DJ, Maynard GD, Yuan J, et al. (2008) Aminopyrazine CB1 receptor inverse agonists. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 18: 3376-81
Yunker AM, Krause JE, Roth KA. (1999) Neurokinin B- and substance P-like immunoreactivity are co-localized in enteric nerves of rat ileum. Regulatory Peptides. 80: 67-74
Szallasi A, Farkas-Szallasi T, Tucker JB, et al. (1999) Effects of systemic resiniferatoxin treatment on substance P mRNA in rat dorsal root ganglia and substance P receptor mRNA in the spinal dorsal horn. Brain Research. 815: 177-84
McCarson KE, Krause JE, McLean S. (1998) Chronic non-peptide neurokinin receptor antagonist treatment alters striatal tachykinin peptide and receptor gene expression in the rat. Neuroscience Letters. 251: 113-6
McCarson KE, Krause JE. (1996) The neurokinin-1 receptor antagonist LY306,740 blocks nociception-induced increases in dorsal horn neurokinin-1 receptor gene expression. Molecular Pharmacology. 50: 1189-99
Krause JE, DiMaggio DA, McCarson KE. (1995) Alterations in neurokinin 1 receptor gene expression in models of pain and inflammation. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. 73: 854-9
Thompson SW, Dray A, McCarson KE, et al. (1995) Nerve growth factor induces mechanical allodynia associated with novel A fibre-evoked spinal reflex activity and enhanced neurokinin-1 receptor activation in the rat. Pain. 62: 219-31
McCarson KE, Krause JE. (1995) The formalin-induced expression of tachykinin peptide and neurokinin receptor messenger RNAs in rat sensory ganglia and spinal cord is modulated by opiate preadministration. Neuroscience. 64: 729-39
McCarson KE, Krause JE. (1994) NK-1 and NK-3 type tachykinin receptor mRNA expression in the rat spinal cord dorsal horn is increased during adjuvant or formalin-induced nociception. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 14: 712-20
Röder C, Bellmann R, McCarson KE, et al. (1994) Kainic acid induced seizures cause a marked increase in the expression of neurokinin-3 receptor mRNA in the rat cerebellum. Neuroscience Letters. 181: 158-60
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