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Kang, J.Y., Teng, C.H., Wee, A. & Chen, F.C. (1995): Effect of capsaicin and chilli on ethanol induced gastric mucosal injury in the rat. Gut , 36 , 664–669. Chen F.C. Effect of

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323 Papka, R. E., Furness, J. B., Della, N. G., Costa, M. (1981) Depletion by capsaicin of substance P-immunoreactivity and acetylcholinesterase activity from nerve fibres in the guinea

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: P. Koska, É. Dojcsák Kiss-Tóth, A. Juhász Szalai, G. Kovács, L. Barkai, O. Rácz, and Bertalan Fodor

3258 3264 Fujita S, Bohland M, Sanchez-Watts G, Watts AG, Donovan CM: Hypoglycemic detection at the portal vein is mediated by capsaicin-sensitive primary sensory neurons. Am. J. Physiol. Endocrinol. Metab. 293, E96–E

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: E. Nurullahoğlu-Atalık, N. Okudan, M. Belviranlı, H. Esen, Y. Yener, and Y. Öznurlu

Kudlacz EM, Gerald MC, Wallace LJ: Sensory nerve and urinary bladder function: Effects of diabetes, capsaicin and acrylamide treatment. Gen. Pharmacol. 20, 31–34 (1989) Wallace L

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.: Brainstem neuropeptides and vagal protection of the gastric mucosal against injury: role of prostaglandins, nitric oxide and calcitonin-gene related peptide in capsaicin afferents. Curr. Med. Chem., 2012

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, Zhong C , Salyers A , Wismer CT , Chandran P , Decker MW , Honore P : Comparison of antinociceptive actions of standard analgesics in attenuating capsaicin and nerve-injuryinduced mechanical hypersensitivity . Neuroscience 143 , 587

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. 27 2433 2443 Manzini S, Perretti F, Benedetti LD, Pradelles P, Maggi CA, Geppetti P: A comparison of bradykinin-and capsaicin-induced myocardial and

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56 581 631 Apostolidis, A., Brady, C. M., Yiangou, Y., Davis, J., Fowler, C. J. and Anand, P. (2005): Capsaicin receptor TRPV1 in urothelium of

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Adam C, Llorens A, Baroukh B, Cherruau M, Saffar JL: Effects of capsaicin-induced sensory denervation on osteoclastic resorption in adult rats. Exp. Physiol. 85, 62–66 (2000

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-physiological significance of this ideology has to be further investigated [ 16, 29 ]. It has been shown elsewhere that intra-arterial (i.a.) injection of capsaicin/αβ MeATP produces immediate hyperventilatory and hypotensive responses [ 18, 27 ] indicating the role of

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