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Pharmacologically induced selective degeneration of chemosensitive primary sensory neurones
G Jancso, E Kiraly, A JANCSÓ-GÁBOR
Nature 270 (5639), 741-743, 1977
Immunohistochemical studies on the effect of capsaicin on spinal and medullary peptide and monoamine neurons using antisera to substance P, gastrin/CCK, somatostatin, VIP …
G Jancsó, T Hökfelt, JM Lundberg, E Kiraly, N Halasz, G Nilsson, ...
Journal of neurocytology 10 (6), 963-980, 1981
The role of the vanilloid (capsaicin) receptor (TRPV1) in physiology and pathology
I Nagy, P Sántha, G Jancsó, L Urbán
European journal of pharmacology 500 (1-3), 351-369, 2004
Capsaicin applied to peripheral nerve inhibits axoplasmic transport of substance P and somatostatin
R Gamse, U Petsche, F Lembeck, G Jancso
Brain research 239 (2), 447-462, 1982
Selective degeneration by capsaicin of a subpopulation of primary sensory neurons in the adult rat
G Jancso, E Király, F Joo, G Such, A Nagy
Neuroscience letters 59 (2), 209-214, 1985
Distribution of chemosensitive primary sensory afferents in the central nervous system of the rat
G Jancso, E Király
Journal of Comparative Neurology 190 (4), 781-792, 1980
Neurotoxin induced nerve cell degeneration: possible involvement of calcium
G Jancsó, S Karcsú, E Király, A Szebeni, L Tóth, E Bácsy, F Joó, ...
Brain research 295 (2), 211-216, 1984
Direct evidence for an axonal site of action of capsaicin.
G Jancśo, E Király, A Jancsó-Gábor
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 313 (1), 91-94, 1980
Capsaicin stimulation of the cochlea and electric stimulation of the trigeminal ganglion mediate vascular permeability in cochlear and vertebro-basilar arteries: a potential …
Z Vass, PS Steyger, AJ Hordichok, DR Trune, G Jancso, AL Nuttall
Neuroscience 103 (1), 189-201, 2001
Neurotoxic effect of capsaicin in mammals.
G Jancso, E Kiraly, G Such, F Joo, A Nagy
Acta Physiologica Hungarica 69 (3-4), 295-313, 1987
Pathobiological reactions of C‐fibre primary sensory neurones to peripheral nerve injury
G Jancsó
Experimental Physiology: Translation and Integration 77 (3), 405-431, 1992
Sensory neurotoxins: chemically induced selective destruction of primary sensory neurons
G Jancsó, E Király
Brain research 210 (1-2), 83-89, 1981
Chemosensitive pain fibres and inflammation
G Jancsó
Int. J. Tiss. Reac., 57-66, 1980
Distribution of capsaicin-sensitive urinary bladder afferents in the rat spinal cord
G Jancsó, CA Maggi
Brain research 418 (2), 371-376, 1987
Capsaicin-sensitive local sensory innervation is involved in pacing-induced preconditioning in rat hearts: role of nitric oxide and CGRP?
P Ferdinandy, T Csont, C Csonka, M Török, M Dux, J Németh, LI Horváth, ...
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 356 (3), 356-363, 1997
Capsaicin‐sensitive neurogenic sensory vasodilatation in the dura mater of the rat
M Dux, P Sántha, G Jancsó
The Journal of physiology 552 (3), 859-867, 2003
Capsaicin prevents histamine-induced itching.
I Tóth-Kása, G Jancsó, A Bognar, S Husz, F Obal Jr
International journal of clinical pharmacology research 6 (2), 163-169, 1985
Co-localization of the vanilloid capsaicin receptor and substance P in sensory nerve fibers innervating cochlear and vertebro-basilar arteries
Z Vass, CF Dai, PS Steyger, G Jancso, DR Trune, AL Nuttall
Neuroscience 124 (4), 919-927, 2004
Several mediators appear to interact in neurogenic inflammation.
R Gamse, M Posch, A Saria, G Jancso
Acta Physiologica Hungarica 69 (3-4), 343-354, 1987
Effects of capsaicin applied perineurally to the vagus nerve on cardiovascular and respiratory functions in the cat.
G Jancso, G Such
The Journal of physiology 341 (1), 359-370, 1983
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