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List of co-cited articles
902 articles co-cited >1



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The development of nociceptive circuits.
Maria Fitzgerald. Nat Rev Neurosci 2005
465
44


Developmental learning in a pain-related system: evidence for a cross-modality mechanism.
Alexandra Waldenström, Jonas Thelin, Erik Thimansson, Anders Levinsson, Jens Schouenborg. J Neurosci 2003
55
43

Altered nociceptive neuronal circuits after neonatal peripheral inflammation.
M A Ruda, Q D Ling, A G Hohmann, Y B Peng, T Tachibana. Science 2000
277
25

Characterization of basal and re-inflammation-associated long-term alteration in pain responsivity following short-lasting neonatal local inflammatory insult.
K Ren, V Anseloni, S-P Zou, B E Wade, I S Novikova, M Ennis, J R Traub, S M Gold, R Dubner, S M Lidow. Pain 2004
158
25


Action-based body maps in the spinal cord emerge from a transitory floating organization.
Marcus Granmo, Per Petersson, Jens Schouenborg. J Neurosci 2008
40
47

Long-term behavioral effects of repetitive pain in neonatal rat pups.
K J Anand, V Coskun, K V Thrivikraman, C B Nemeroff, P M Plotsky. Physiol Behav 1999
275
20

Neonatal inflammation and primary afferent terminal plasticity in the rat dorsal horn.
Suellen M Walker, Jacqueta Meredith-Middleton, Claire Cooke-Yarborough, Maria Fitzgerald. Pain 2003
84
21

The postnatal development of spinal sensory processing.
M Fitzgerald, E Jennings. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1999
128
20

Long-term alteration of pain sensitivity in school-aged children with early pain experiences.
Christiane Hermann, Johanna Hohmeister, Sueha Demirakça, Katrin Zohsel, Herta Flor. Pain 2006
237
20



Priming of adult pain responses by neonatal pain experience: maintenance by central neuroimmune activity.
Simon Beggs, Gillian Currie, Michael W Salter, Maria Fitzgerald, Suellen M Walker. Brain 2012
131
20



Long-term impact of neonatal intensive care and surgery on somatosensory perception in children born extremely preterm.
Suellen M Walker, Linda S Franck, Maria Fitzgerald, Jonathan Myles, Janet Stocks, Neil Marlow. Pain 2009
187
19

Reorganization of the primary afferent termination in the rat spinal dorsal horn during post-natal development.
J S Park, T Nakatsuka, K Nagata, H Higashi, M Yoshimura. Brain Res Dev Brain Res 1999
50
32


Spontaneous muscle twitches during sleep guide spinal self-organization.
Per Petersson, Alexandra Waldenström, Christer Fåhraeus, Jens Schouenborg. Nature 2003
122
17



Infant pain management: a developmental neurobiological approach.
Maria Fitzgerald, Suellen M Walker. Nat Clin Pract Neurol 2009
151
16


Long-term sensory hyperinnervation following neonatal skin wounds.
M L Reynolds, M Fitzgerald. J Comp Neurol 1995
124
14






Epidemiology and treatment of painful procedures in neonates in intensive care units.
Ricardo Carbajal, André Rousset, Claude Danan, Sarah Coquery, Paul Nolent, Sarah Ducrocq, Carole Saizou, Alexandre Lapillonne, Michèle Granier, Philippe Durand,[...]. JAMA 2008
523
13

Do we still hurt newborn babies? A prospective study of procedural pain and analgesia in neonates.
Sinno H P Simons, Monique van Dijk, Kanwaljeet S Anand, Daniella Roofthooft, Richard A van Lingen, Dick Tibboel. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2003
361
13


C-fiber activity-dependent maturation of glycinergic inhibition in the spinal dorsal horn of the postnatal rat.
Stephanie C Koch, Keri K Tochiki, Stefan Hirschberg, Maria Fitzgerald. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2012
34
35

Does neonatal surgery lead to increased pain sensitivity in later childhood?
Jeroen W B Peters, Renata Schouw, K J S Anand, Monique van Dijk, Hugo J Duivenvoorden, Dick Tibboel. Pain 2005
150
12

The functional expression of mu opioid receptors on sensory neurons is developmentally regulated; morphine analgesia is less selective in the neonate.
Reema Nandi, Daniel Beacham, Jacqueta Middleton, Martin Koltzenburg, Richard F Howard, Maria Fitzgerald. Pain 2004
55
20

Primary and secondary hyperalgesia can be differentiated by postnatal age and ERK activation in the spinal dorsal horn of the rat pup.
Suellen M Walker, Jacqueta Meredith-Middleton, Thomas Lickiss, Andrew Moss, Maria Fitzgerald. Pain 2007
36
30

Spinal microglia and neuropathic pain in young rats.
Andrew Moss, Simon Beggs, David Vega-Avelaira, Michael Costigan, Gareth J Hathway, Michael W Salter, Maria Fitzgerald. Pain 2007
77
14

Long-term consequences of early infant injury and trauma upon somatosensory processing.
B M Schmelzle-Lubiecki, K A Andrews Campbell, R H Howard, L Franck, M Fitzgerald. Eur J Pain 2007
77
14

Postnatal tuning of cutaneous inhibitory receptive fields in the rat.
Lindsay R Bremner, Maria Fitzgerald. J Physiol 2008
24
45



A shift in sensory processing that enables the developing human brain to discriminate touch from pain.
Lorenzo Fabrizi, Rebeccah Slater, Alan Worley, Judith Meek, Stewart Boyd, Sofia Olhede, Maria Fitzgerald. Curr Biol 2011
126
12


Epidural opioid analgesia in infant rats II: responses to carrageenan and capsaicin.
Deborah Marsh, Anthony Dickenson, David Hatch, Maria Fitzgerald. Pain 1999
53
18


Cortical pain responses in human infants.
Rebeccah Slater, Anne Cantarella, Shiromi Gallella, Alan Worley, Stewart Boyd, Judith Meek, Maria Fitzgerald. J Neurosci 2006
240
11

Characterization of a rat model of incisional pain.
Timothy J Brennan, Erik P Vandermeulen, G F Gebhart. Pain 1996
776
11

Age-dependent responses to thermal hyperalgesia and mechanical allodynia in a rat model of acute postoperative pain.
Douglas G Ririe, Teri L Vernon, Joseph R Tobin, James C Eisenach. Anesthesiology 2003
53
18

The neurobiology of pain: developmental aspects.
M Fitzgerald, S Beggs. Neuroscientist 2001
154
10


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.