A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Ruth Ruscheweyh, Hiroshi Ikeda, Bernhard Heinke, Jürgen Sandkühler. J Physiol 2004
Times Cited: 80







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



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Synaptic plasticity in spinal lamina I projection neurons that mediate hyperalgesia.
Hiroshi Ikeda, Bernhard Heinke, Ruth Ruscheweyh, Jurgen Sandkühler. Science 2003
387
28






Membrane properties of rat substantia gelatinosa neurons in vitro.
M Yoshimura, T M Jessell. J Neurophysiol 1989
95
21



Ionic basis of tonic firing in spinal substantia gelatinosa neurons of rat.
Igor V Melnick, Sónia F A Santos, Karolina Szokol, Péter Szûcs, Boris V Safronov. J Neurophysiol 2004
55
30




Moving from an averaged to specific view of spinal cord pain processing circuits.
B A Graham, A M Brichta, R J Callister. J Neurophysiol 2007
83
18

Morphology of inhibitory and excitatory interneurons in superficial laminae of the rat dorsal horn.
David J Maxwell, Mino D Belle, Ornsiri Cheunsuang, Anika Stewart, Richard Morris. J Physiol 2007
100
17


Inhibition of hyperalgesia by ablation of lamina I spinal neurons expressing the substance P receptor.
P W Mantyh, S D Rogers, P Honore, B J Allen, J R Ghilardi, J Li, R S Daughters, D A Lappi, R G Wiley, D A Simone. Science 1997
476
16

Transmission of chronic nociception by spinal neurons expressing the substance P receptor.
M L Nichols, B J Allen, S D Rogers, J R Ghilardi, P Honore, N M Luger, M P Finke, J Li, D A Lappi, D A Simone,[...]. Science 1999
332
16


Synaptic amplifier of inflammatory pain in the spinal dorsal horn.
Hiroshi Ikeda, Johanna Stark, Harald Fischer, Matthias Wagner, Ruth Drdla, Tino Jäger, Jürgen Sandkühler. Science 2006
322
16


Mechanism of spike frequency adaptation in substantia gelatinosa neurones of rat.
Igor V Melnick, Sónia F A Santos, Boris V Safronov. J Physiol 2004
48
25





Pain mechanisms: a new theory.
R Melzack, P D Wall. Science 1965
13


Partial peripheral nerve injury promotes a selective loss of GABAergic inhibition in the superficial dorsal horn of the spinal cord.
Kimberly A Moore, Tatsuro Kohno, Laurie A Karchewski, Joachim Scholz, Hiroshi Baba, Clifford J Woolf. J Neurosci 2002
547
13

Trans-synaptic shift in anion gradient in spinal lamina I neurons as a mechanism of neuropathic pain.
Jeffrey A M Coull, Dominic Boudreau, Karine Bachand, Steven A Prescott, Francine Nault, Attila Sík, Paul De Koninck, Yves De Koninck. Nature 2003
723
13

Synaptic input of rat spinal lamina I projection and unidentified neurones in vitro.
Anne Dahlhaus, Ruth Ruscheweyh, Jürgen Sandkühler. J Physiol 2005
35
31

Cell-type-specific excitatory and inhibitory circuits involving primary afferents in the substantia gelatinosa of the rat spinal dorsal horn in vitro.
Toshiharu Yasaka, Go Kato, Hidemasa Furue, Md Harunor Rashid, Motoki Sonohata, Akihiro Tamae, Yuzo Murata, Sadahiko Masuko, Megumu Yoshimura. J Physiol 2007
99
13





Pacemaker neurons within newborn spinal pain circuits.
Jie Li, Mark L Baccei. J Neurosci 2011
44
22

Identification of spinal circuits transmitting and gating mechanical pain.
Bo Duan, Longzhen Cheng, Steeve Bourane, Olivier Britz, Christopher Padilla, Lidia Garcia-Campmany, Michael Krashes, Wendy Knowlton, Tomoko Velasquez, Xiangyu Ren,[...]. Cell 2014
293
12

Morphological, biophysical and synaptic properties of glutamatergic neurons of the mouse spinal dorsal horn.
Pradeep Punnakkal, Carolin von Schoultz, Karen Haenraets, Hendrik Wildner, Hanns Ulrich Zeilhofer. J Physiol 2014
82
12


The types of neuron which contain protein kinase C gamma in rat spinal cord.
E Polgár, J H Fowler, M M McGill, A J Todd. Brain Res 1999
147
11

Physiological properties of the lamina I spinoparabrachial neurons in the rat.
H Bester, V Chapman, J M Besson, J F Bernard. J Neurophysiol 2000
144
11






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.