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  1. LIF Up-regulates NK-1R Expression in NHBE Cells via STAT Pathway and MAPK Pathway,FengJunTao/Central South University,1/324
  2. Regulation Mechanism of Substance P and the Intervention of Drugs in Cutaneous Allergy Reaction,LiuJiYong/Second Military Medical University,1/305
  3. The Study of Neurokinin B Receptor in Mouse Nerve System,WangHong/Fourth Military Medical University,0/93
  4. Neurokinin B/neurokinin B Receptor-3 Act Through Activating p38MAPK Signal Pathway to Pre-eclampsia,LiuYanYan/Huazhong University of Science and Technology,0/121
  5. Involvement of Substance P in Inflammatory Pain and Jiaji Electroacupuncture Regulating Network of Immune-Neuroendocrine Interactions,WangZhenYu/Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,0/161
  6. Ⅰ.Study on 5-HT and 5-HT2A Receptor in Participation in Respiratory Regulation of the Pre-B(?)tC Neurons Ⅱ.Increase in Growth-associated Protein-43 Immunoreactive Nerve Fibers in the Anterior Pituitary of Rats Following Ovariectomy,WeiXiaoYan/Fourth Military Medical University,0/33
  7. Study of the Therapeutic Effect of Spantide on the Intestinal Originated Infection of Pancreas in Acute Necrotizing Pancreatitis,SuShiZhi/Southeast University,0/25
  8. Effects of Substance P and Neurogenic Inflammation in Heptic Immuine Injury Induced by Con a in Mice,ZhangHaiTao/Shandong University,0/38
  9. Effect of Substance P on Sensation Afferent Function of Gastrointestinal Tract and Heart Rate Variability,DengLiJun/Chongqing Medical University,0/47
  10. Effect of β-adrenergic Activity on the express of Neurokinin-1 Receptor in Heart in Acute Myocardial Infarction in Rats,HanShiZuo/Shanxi Medical,0/21
  11. Synaptic Connections of the neurokinin 1 Receptor-like Immunoreactive Neurons in the Medullary Dorsal Horn of the Rat,QiJian/Fourth Military Medical University,0/8

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