János Szolcsányi
János Szolcsányi
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Direct evidence for neurogenic inflammation and its prevention by denervation and by pretreatment with capsaicin
N Jancso, A JANCSÓ‐GÁBOR, J Szolcsanyi
British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy 31 (1), 138-151, 1967
12541967
Sensory neuron-specific actions of capsaicin: mechanisms and applications
S Bevan, J Szolcsányi
Trends in Pharmacological sciences 11 (8), 331-333, 1990
5451990
A pharmacological approach to elucidation of the role of different nerve fibres and receptor endings in mediation of pain.
J Szolcsanyi
Journal de physiologie 73 (3), 251-259, 1977
4101977
Forty years in capsaicin research for sensory pharmacology and physiology
J Szolcsányi
Neuropeptides 38 (6), 377-384, 2004
3652004
The role of sensory nerve endings in neurogenic inflammation induced in human skin and in the eye and paw of the rat
N Jancsó, A JANCSÓ‐GÁBOR, J Szolcsányi
British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy 33 (1), 32-41, 1968
3321968
Sensory effects of capsaicin congeners I. Relationship between chemical structure and pain-producing potency of pungent agents.
J Szolcsányi, A Jancso-Gabor
Arzneimittel-Forschung 25 (12), 1877-1881, 1975
3041975
Capsaicin-sensitive chemoceptive neural system with dual sensory-efferent function
J Szolcsányi
Antidromic vasodilatation and neurogenic inflammation, 27-52, 1984
3021984
Investigation of the role of TRPV1 receptors in acute and chronic nociceptive processes using gene-deficient mice
K Bölcskei, Z Helyes, Á Szabó, K Sándor, K Elekes, J Németh, R Almási, ...
Pain 117 (3), 368-376, 2005
2692005
NO-induced migraine attack: strong increase in plasma calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) concentration and negative correlation with platelet serotonin release
G Juhasz, T Zsombok, EA Modos, S Olajos, B Jakab, J Nemeth, ...
Pain 106 (3), 461-470, 2003
2662003
Selective excitation by capsaicin of mechano-heat sensitive nociceptors in rat skin
J Szolcsanyi, F Anton, PW Reeh, HO Handwerker
Brain research 446 (2), 262-268, 1988
2611988
Antidromic vasodilatation and neurogenic inflammation
J Szolcsányi
Agents and actions 23 (1-2), 4-11, 1988
2561988
Functional and fine structural characteristics of the sensory neuron blocking effect of capsaicin
J Szolcsanyi, A Jancsó-Gábor, F Joo
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 287 (2), 157-169, 1975
2421975
Antidromic vasodilatation and neurogenic inflammation
LA Chahl
Pharmacology & therapeutics 37 (2), 275-300, 1988
212*1988
Irreversible impairment of thermoregulation induced by capsaicin and similar pungent substances in rats and guinea‐pigs
A Jancsó-Gábor, J Szolcsanyi, N Jancso
The Journal of physiology 206 (3), 495-507, 1970
2101970
Stimulation and desensitization of the hypothalamic heat‐sensitive structures by capsaicin in rats
A Jancsó-Gábor, J Szolcsanyi, N Jancso
The Journal of physiology 208 (2), 449-459, 1970
2061970
Inhibitory effect of somatostatin on inflammation and nociception
E Pintér, Z Helyes, J Szolcsányi
Pharmacology & therapeutics 112 (2), 440-456, 2006
1992006
. Capsaicin-sensitive sensory nerve terminals with local and systemic efferent functions: facts and scopes of an unorthodox neuroculatory mechanism
J Szolcsányi
Progress in brain research 113, 343-359, 1996
1901996
Impaired defense mechanism to peptic ulcer in the capsacin-desensitized rat
J Szolcsányi, L Barthó
Gastrointestinal defence mechanisms, 39-51, 1981
1771981
Antiinflammatory and analgesic effects of somatostatin released from capsaicin‐sensitive sensory nerve terminals in a Freund's adjuvant–induced chronic arthritis model in the rat
Z Helyes, Á Szabó, J Németh, B Jakab, E Pintér, Á Bánvölgyi, L Kereskai, ...
Arthritis & rheumatism 50 (5), 1677-1685, 2004
1752004
Actions of capsaicin on sensory receptors
J Szolcsányi
Capsaicin in the Study of Pain, 1993
1741993
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