Publications

Martin Lab Publications

Martin Lab Publications 

  1. Ewan EE, Martin TJ. Intracranial self-stimulation of the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus: increased faciliation by morphine compared to cocaine. Anesthesiology 2012;116:1116-23.
  2. Ewan EE, Martin TJ. Rewarding electrical brain stimulation in rats after peripheral nerve injury: decreased facilitation by commonly abused prescription opioids. Anesthesiology 2011;115:1271-80.
  3. Martin TJ, Buechler NL, Kim SA, Ewan EE, Xiao R, Childers SR. Involvement of the lateral amygdala in the antiallodynic and reinforcing effects of heroin in rats after peripheral nerve injury. Anesthesiology 2011;114:633-42.
  4. Ewan EE, Martin TJ. Opioid facilitation of rewarding electrical brain stimulation is suppressed in rats with neuropathic pain. Anesthesiology 2011;114:624-32.
  5. Martin TJ, Ewan E. Chronic pain alters drug self-administration: implications for addiction and pain mechanisms. Exp Clin Psychopharmacol 2008;16:357-66.
  6. Kong KC, Gandhi U, Martin TJ, Anz CB, Yan H, Misior AM, Pascual RM, Deshpande DA, Penn RB. Endogenous Gs-coupled receptors in smooth muscle exhibit differential susceptibility to GRK2/3-mediated desensitization. Biochemistry 2008;47:9279-88.
  7. Murthy V, Martin TJ, Kim S, Davies HM, Childers SR. In vivo characterization of a novel phenylisothiocyanate tropane analog at monoamine transporters in rat brain. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 2008;326:587-95. 
  8. Martin TJ. Horner's syndrome, Pseudo-Horner's syndrome, and simple anisocoria. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep 2007;7:397-406.
  9. Martin TJ, Coller M, Co C, Smith JE. Mu-opioid receptor alkylation in the ventral pallidum and ventral tegmental area, but not in the nucleus accumbens, attenuates the effects of heroin on cocaine self-administration in rats. Neuropsychopharmacology 2008;33:1171-8.
  10. Martin TJ, Kim SA, Buechler NL, Porreca F, Eisenach JC. Opioid self-administration in the nerve-injured rat: relevance of antiallodynic effects to drug consumption and effects of intrathecal analgesics. Anesthesiology 2007;106:312-22. 
  11. Martin TJ, Kahn WR, Xiao R, Childers SR. Differential regional effects of methadone maintenance compared to heroin dependence on mu-opioid receptor desensitization in rat brain. Synapse 2007;61:176-84. 
  12. Martin TJ, Eisenach JC, Misler J, Childers SR. Chronic activation of spinal adenosine A1 receptors results in hypersensitivity. Neuroreport 2006;17:1619-22. 
  13. Martin TJ, Buechler NL, Eisenach JC. Intrathecal administration of a cylcooxygenase-1, but not a cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor, reverses the effects of laparotomy on exploratory activity in rats. Anesth Analg 2006;103:690-5.
  14. Martin TJ, McIntosh S, Smith JE. Alkylation of opioid receptors by 5'-naltrindole-isothiocyanate injected into the nucleus accumbens of rats: receptor selectivity and anatomical diffusion. Synapse 2006;60:384-91. 
  15. Martin TJ, Kim SA, Eisenach JC. Clonidine maintains intrathecal self-administration in rats following spinal nerve ligation. Pain 2006;125:257-63. 
  16. Martin TJ, Kahn W, Cannon DG, Smith JE. Self-administration of heroin, cocaine and their combination under a discrete trial schedule of reinforcement in rats. Drug Alcohol Depend 2006;82:282-6. 
  17. Smith JE, Co C, Coller MD, Hemby SE, Martin TJ. Self-administered heroin and cocaine combinations in the rat: additive reinforcing effects-supra-additive effects on nucleus accumbens extracellular dopamine. Neuropsychopharmacyology 2006;31:139-50.
  18. Martin, TJ, Y Zhang, DR Conklin, N Buechler and JC Eisenach. Intrathecal morphine and ketorolac analgesia after surgery: comparison of spontaneous and elicited responses in rats. Pain 2005; 113: 376-385.
  19. Martin TJ, Kahn W, Eisenach JC. Abdominal surgery decreases food-reinforced operant responding in rats: relevance of incisional pain. Anesthesiology 2005; 103: 629-637.
  20. Maher CE, Martin TJ, Childers SR. Mechanisms of mu opioid receptor/G-protein desensitization in brain by chronic heroin administration. Life Sci. 2005; 77: 1140-1154. 

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