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1.

Naloxone blockade of acupuncture analgesia: endorphin implicated.

Pomeranz B, Chiu D.

Life Sci. 1976 Dec 1;19(11):1757-62. No abstract available.

PMID:
187888
2.

Endorphins and acupuncture analgesia.

Zhang AZ, Pan XP, Xu SF, Cheng JS, Mo WY.

Chin Med J (Engl). 1980 Oct;93(10):673-80. No abstract available.

PMID:
6256130
3.

Studies on the enhanced effect of acupuncture analgesia and acupuncture anesthesia by D-phenylalanine (first report)--effect on pain threshold and inhibition by naloxone.

Kitade T, Odahara Y, Shinohara S, Ikeuchi T, Sakai T, Morikawa K, Minamikawa M, Toyota S, Kawachi A, Hyodo M, et al.

Acupunct Electrother Res. 1988;13(2-3):87-97.

PMID:
2904213
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[Endogenous opiates (endorphins) and pain].

Herz A.

Acta Med Austriaca. 1978;5(3):63-8. Review. German.

PMID:
88155
6.

Activity of opioid peptidergic system in acupuncture analgesia.

He LF, Dong WQ.

Acupunct Electrother Res. 1983;8(3-4):257-66.

PMID:
6145301
7.

How does acupuncture work?

[No authors listed]

Br Med J (Clin Res Ed). 1981 Sep 19;283(6294):746-8. No abstract available.

8.

Stress-induced parallel changes in central opioid levels and pain responsiveness in the rat.

Madden J 4th, Akil H, Patrick RL, Barchas JD.

Nature. 1977 Jan 27;265(5592):358-60. No abstract available.

PMID:
189213
9.

Effect of intracerebral microinjection of naloxone on acupuncture- and morphine-analgesia in the rabbit.

Zhou ZF, Du MY, Wu WY, Jiang Y, Han JS.

Sci Sin. 1981 Aug;24(8):1166-78.

PMID:
6272389
10.

The relationship between the ontogenetic development of opiate receptors and acupuncture analgesia in rabbits.

Zhou GZ, Chen MP, Xu SF.

Acupunct Electrother Res. 1982;7(1):7-16. No abstract available.

PMID:
6126078
11.

[Characteristics of acupuncture analgesia, review of the articles on stimulation produced analgesia and morphine like substance (author's transl)].

Watanabe Y, Matsumoto I, Kumazawa T, Ikezono E.

Masui. 1978 Jul;27(7):667-75. Review. Japanese. No abstract available.

PMID:
211278
12.

[Potentiation of norepinephrine on rat acupuncture analgesia antagonized by an arcuate nucleus lesion or naloxone-blocked on opiate receptors in periaqueductal gray].

Pan JC, Zhang ZD, Yu LP, Wu AJ, Ding M, Jin GZ.

Zhongguo Yao Li Xue Bao. 1988 Mar;9(2):118-22. Chinese. No abstract available.

13.

[Participation of opioids and opioid receptors in antinociception at various levels of the nervous system].

Herz A, Millan M.

Farmakol Toksikol. 1989 May-Jun;52(3):5-12. Russian.

PMID:
2551724
14.

Electroacupuncture analgesia could be mediated by at least two pain-relieving mechanisms; endorphin and non-endorphin systems.

Cheng RS, Pomeranz B.

Life Sci. 1979 Dec 3;25(23):1957-62. No abstract available.

PMID:
160969
15.

Opiate receptors and endorphins: their role in anesthesiology.

Stoelting RK.

Anesth Analg. 1980 Nov;59(11):874-80. Review. No abstract available.

PMID:
6107063
16.

Chronic selective blockade of mu opioid receptors produces analgesia and augmentation of the effects of a kappa agonist.

Walker MJ, LĂȘ AD, Poulos CX, Cappell H.

Brain Res. 1991 Jan 11;538(2):181-6.

PMID:
1849435
17.

Evoked potential assessment of acupunctural analgesia: attempted reversal with naloxone.

Chapman CR, Colpitts YM, Benedetti C, Kitaeff R, Gehrig JD.

Pain. 1980 Oct;9(2):183-97.

PMID:
7454384
18.

Naloxone fails to reverse pain thresholds elevated by acupuncture: acupuncture analgesia reconsidered.

Chapman CR, Benedetti C, Colpitts YH, Gerlach R.

Pain. 1983 May;16(1):13-31.

PMID:
6866539
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Endorphins: mechanism of acupuncture analgesia.

Sodipo JO, Gilly H, Pauser G.

Am J Chin Med. 1981 Autumn;9(3):249-58.

PMID:
7053025

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