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M. Larauche, A[gata] Mulak, Y.S. Kim, M. Million, Y. Tache.: Acute water avoidance stress induces visceral analgesia when tested non-invasively - differential role of opioid-dependent mechanisms in male and female rats
Neurogastroenterol.Motil. 2012 Vol.24 suppl.2; s.69 poz.092
Joint International Neurogastroenterology and Motility Meeting. Bologna (Italy), 6-8 September 2012. Abstracts
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M. Larauche, A[gata] Mulak, Y.S. Kim, J. Labus, M. Million, Y. Tache.: Visceral analgesia induced by acute and repeated water avoidance stress in rats: sex difference in opioid involvement
Neurogastroenterol.Motil. 2012 Vol.24 no.11; s.1031-1040, e546-e547
IF: 2.935
Pkt. MNiSW/KBN: 30.000
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Y.S. Kim, M. Larauche, A[gata] Mulak, Y. Tache.: Central actions of thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) agonist, RX-77368 to exert analgesic effect on nociception induced by colorectal distention and to stimulate colonic propulsive motor function in conscious rat
W:Eighth Annual Basic and Translational Science Symposium. [Los Angeles], February 17, 2011 ; UCLA Center for Neurobiology of Stress; s.21 poz.5
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M. Larauche, A[gata] Mulak, Y.S. Kim, M. Million, Y. Tache.: Repeated psychological stress induces opiate independent visceral analgesia but no sustained hyperalgesia as assessed by a new non-invasive manometry method
W:CURE: Digestive Diseases Research Center 2010 Annual Research Meeting. Los Angeles, April 9, 2010; poz.5
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M. Larauche, A[gata] Mulak, Y.S. Kim, M. Million, Y. Tache.: Sex differences in visceral sensitivity induced by repeated psychological stress in rats: differential role of opioid pathway
Gut 2010 Vol.59 suppl.3; s.A104 poz.OP480
18th United European Gastroenterology Week (UEGW). Barcelona, Spain, 23-27 October 2010. Abstracts
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M. Larauche, A[gata] Mulak, Y.S. Kim, M. Million, Y. Tache.: Repeated psychological stress induces an opiate independent immediate visceral analgesia but no sustained hyperalgesia as assessed by a new non-invasive manometry method
Neurogastroenterol.Motil. 2010 Vol.22 suppl.1; s.32 poz.106
2010 Joint International Neurogastroenterology and Motility Meeting. Boston, MA, USA, 26-29 August 2010. Abstracts
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