About 54 item dissertation in line with Bone cancer pain query results,the following is 1 to 50(Search took 0.078 seconds)

  1. Intrathecal CatS Inhibitor LHVS Injection Reduces Mechanical Allodynia in a Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,WangJiaYu/Suzhou University,0/16
  2. Analgesic Effect of Down-Regulation for Spinal Protocadherin20by RNA Interference in Tibial Cancer Pain Rats,LiCaiJuan/Huazhong University of Science and Technology,0/1
  3. The Correlation between Bone Metabolic Marker (NTx) and Rat Bone Cancer Pain,GuiZuo/Huazhong University of Science and Technology,0/6
  4. The Value of Bone Alkaline Phosphate and N-telopeptide Collagen Type Ⅰ in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Solid Tumors,ZhangZuoYan/Lanzhou University,0/22
  5. Effect of Intrathecal Injection with HEK293Expressing Human Preproenkephalin Gene Steadily on the Behavior and the Expression of pCREB of the Spinal Dorsal in a Ratmodel of Bone Cancer Pain,DuanZhiXiang/Shanxi Medical,0/14
  6. Application of Lentiviral Vector-mediated Shrnato Knockdown Nav1.7Gene in A Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,LiJian/Suzhou University,0/75
  7. Involvement of P2X7Receptor of RVM in Bone Cancer Pain: Mechanism OfDescending Facilitation,HuangZhangXiang/Second Military Medical University,0/84
  8. Roles of A-type Potassium Channels in Primary Sensory Neurons for Bone Cancer Pain and Diclofenac Therapy in Rats,DuanZuoZuo/Fudan University,0/110
  9. The Expression of Tetrodotoxin-resistant Sodium Channel on Dorsal Root Ganglia in a Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,QiuFang/,0/97
  10. The Role of Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor in Pain Facilitation and Neuro-immunological Mechanism in Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,WangLiNa/Suzhou University,0/186
  11. Spinal TDAG8and Its Downstream Signaling Pathways Contribute to Bone Cancer Pain in Rats,HangLiHua/Suzhou University,0/23
  12. Development of Hyperalgesia in Rats with Tibial Cancer Pain and the Mechanisms,ZhaoZuoZuo/Shandong University,0/41
  13. Neuroimmunologic Mechanism of Spinal MCP-1Modulating the Release of Fractalkine in Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,HuJi/Suzhou University,0/70
  14. Involvement of MAPK Pathway Activtion in Glia Cells of Spinal Cord and the Mechanism of Analgesic Effect of Hirudin in Bone Cancer Pain Model of Rats,WangXiaoWei/Fudan University,0/149
  15. The Roles of Spinal TLR9in Rat Bone Cancer Pain and Electroacupuncture Analgesia Observation,YangChangJiang/Fudan University,0/92
  16. Clinical study of Yishen Gukang combined with hyperthermia treatment of bone metastasis of cancer pain,ZuoJiao/Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,0/36
  17. Experimental Research of Electro Acupuncture Intervene Rats of Bone Ccancer Pain,ZhaoWenZuo/Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,0/23
  18. Experimental Study of Bone Cancer Pain Theraphy by RNA Interference of P2X3 Receptor mRNA,JiangYuGe/PLA Postgraduate Medical School,1/256
  19. The Effects of p38βMAPK on Hyperalgesia of Bone Cancer Pain in Rats,DongHang/Huazhong University of Science and Technology,2/249
  20. The Role of P2X3 Receptor on the Peripheral Sensitization in a Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,WuJingXiang/Second Military Medical University,1/243
  21. Modulation of Bone Cancer Pain by MAPKs in Rats,LiZuoZuo/Fudan University,0/245
  22. Role of NR2B and Mechanisms Involved in Bone Cancer Pain in Mice,HuangDong/Central South University,0/141
  23. The Role of the Immune Response Mediated by TLR4 Signal Tansduction Pathway in a Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,LiuSiLan/Suzhou University,0/221
  24. The Mechanism of Spinal Glia Cell and the Anti-hyperalgesic Effect of Intrathecal Propentofylline on Bone Cancer Pain in Rats,YaoMing/Suzhou University,0/132
  25. Rat model of bone cancer pain and spinal GFAP expression level,ChenZuo/Peking Union Medical College , China,1/214
  26. Spinal glial cells and proinflammatory cytokines in bone cancer pain and its mechanism of action,TangCuiJu/Huazhong University of Science and Technology,0/145
  27. The Analgesic Studies of Selective Blocking of Descending Facilitation Through μ Opioid Receptor Mediated Targeted Lesion in the Rat Model of Cancer Induced Bone Pain,CaoFei/Huazhong University of Science and Technology,0/115
  28. The Analgesic Study of PKCγ Down-Regulated by RNA Interference in Spinal Dorsal Horn in a Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,XiaoXingPeng/Huazhong University of Science and Technology,0/197
  29. Effects of Xiaotan Tongluo Gel on Bone Metabolism and TRPV1 Expression in a Rat Bone Cancer Pain Model,YuShan/Second Military Medical University,0/119
  30. The Role of Nav1.8 on the Maintenance of Hyperalgesia in a Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,ZuoXueRong/Second Military Medical University,1/277
  31. A Study of the Role for Spinal CX3CR1 and Its Mechanism in the Process of Morphine Tolerance in Rats with Bone Cancer Pain,ZhangYaJun/Huazhong University of Science and Technology,0/104
  32. The Role of mGluR3 and mGluR 5 Regulating Spinal Astrocytes Activation during the Development of Bone Cancer Pain and Treating Bone Cancer Pain with Traditional Chinese Medicine in a Mouse Modle,RenBingXu/Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,0/15
  33. The Role of ephrinB2-EphB1 Receptor Signaling in Bone Cancer Pain,LiuSu/Fourth Military Medical University,0/76
  34. Peripheral Mechanism Underlying Bone Cancer Pain in Rats: Modulation of TRPV1 Current by LPA and the Signal Pathway Analysis,PanHaiLi/Fudan University,0/122
  35. Analgesic Effect of Intrathecal Fluorocitrate in a Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,PengYan/Suzhou University,0/57
  36. The Expression and Significance of NR1 and NOS on the Dorsal Horn of Murine Spinal Cord in Bone Cancer Pain,HuangXiaoLing/Central South University,0/64
  37. Clinical and Experimental Study of Tongluo Sanjie Tincture in Treating Cancer Pain,YuShan/Second Military Medical University,0/111
  38. Initial Studies of Mechanism and Establishment of the Rat Model of Bone Transplantation Cancer Pain,WangMiaoMiao/Second Military Medical University,0/85
  39. The Expression and Significance of NR2B in the Spinal Dorsal Horn and Dorsal Root Ganglia of Bone Cancer Pain Model in Mice,HanZuo/Central South University,0/94
  40. The Role of Fractalkine/CX3CR1 in Pain Facilitation and Spinal Mechanisms in Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,HuJi/Suzhou University,0/82
  41. The Mechanisms of Intrathecal U0126 Attenuate Rat Bone Cancer Pain Hyperalgesia,LiCaiFang/Suzhou University,0/51
  42. Intrathecal SB203580 on bone cancer pain rats antinociception and possible mechanisms,LiuLei/Suzhou University,0/52
  43. Adenovirus-mediated interleukin -24 right tibia bone cancer pain model in rats,TianLi/Suzhou University,0/71
  44. A Rat Model of Metastatic Bone Cancer Pain Produced by Walker256 Mammary Gland Carcinoma Cells and the Mechanisms of Ibandronate,GaoYaLi/Hebei Medical University,0/152
  45. The Effects of NR2B Gene Silencing in Spinal Cord of Bone Cancer Pain Mouse,SunYongJun/Central South University,0/56
  46. The Expression and Distribution of NR2B in the Anterior Cingulate Cortex and L4-6 Spinal Cord of the Bone Cancer Pain Mice,MeiXi/Central South University,0/61
  47. The Possible Mechanism of P2X4 Receptor in Rat Tibial Bone Cancer Pain,RenChunGuang/Suzhou University,0/61
  48. Effect of Intrathecal AIP on Analgesic Aspect and Its Spinal Mechanism in a Rat Model of Bone Cancer Pain,ZhouJing/Suzhou University,0/58
  49. GABA_B Receptor Mediate Rats Tibia Bone Cancer Pain and Spinal Mechanism,LiWei/Suzhou University,2/33
  50. Expression of pJNK in Spinal Dorsal Horn of Bone Cancer Rats and Antinociceptive Effects of Its Inhibitor,ZhuGuoHan/Suzhou University,0/46

Total 2 Pages First Previous 1 2 Next Last

© 2012 www.DissertationTopic.Net  Mobile