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1996
Ma W, Ribeiro-da-Silva A, De Koninck Y, Radhakrishnan V, Henry JL, Cuello AC.  1996.  Quantitative analysis of substance P-immunoreactive boutons on physiologically characterized dorsal horn neurons in the cat lumbar spinal cord.. J Comp Neurol. 376(1):45-64.
1993
Cuello AC, Ribeiro-da-Silva A, Ma W, De Koninck Y, Henry JL.  1993.  Organization of substance P primary sensory neurons: ultrastructural and physiological correlates.. Regul Pept. 46(1-2):155-64.
Salter MW, De Koninck Y, Henry JL.  1993.  Physiological roles for adenosine and ATP in synaptic transmission in the spinal dorsal horn.. Prog Neurobiol. 41(2):125-56.
1992
Salter MW, De Koninck Y, Henry JL.  1992.  ATP-sensitive K+ channels mediate an IPSP in dorsal horn neurones elicited by sensory stimulation.. Synapse. 11(3):214-20.
Ribeiro-da-Silva A, De Koninck Y, Cuello AC, Henry JL.  1992.  Enkephalin-immunoreactive nociceptive neurons in the cat spinal cord.. Neuroreport. 3(1):25-8.
De Koninck Y, Henry JL.  1992.  Peripheral vibration causes an adenosine-mediated postsynaptic inhibitory potential in dorsal horn neurons of the cat spinal cord.. Neuroscience. 50(2):435-43.
De Koninck Y, Ribeiro-da-Silva A, Henry JL, Cuello AC.  1992.  Spinal neurons exhibiting a specific nociceptive response receive abundant substance P-containing synaptic contacts.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 89(11):5073-7.