N M E Carmichael
Affiliation: University of Toronto
- Activation of the 5-HT1B/D receptor reduces hindlimb neurogenic inflammation caused by sensory nerve stimulation and capsaicinNicole M E Carmichael
University of Toronto, Department of Physiology, Medical Science Building, Rm 3305, 1 King s College Circle, Toronto, Ont, Canada M5S1A8
Pain 134:97-105. 2008..5-HT(1B/D) receptor agonists may be useful for the treatment of non-trigeminal pain conditions involving NI...
- Enhanced vascular permeability in rat skin induced by sensory nerve stimulation: evaluation of the time course and appropriate stimulation parametersN M E Carmichael
University of Toronto, Department of Physiology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Neuroscience 153:832-41. 2008..We propose, in models of stimulation-induced inflammation, the use of a short stimulus train...
- Sex differences in inflammation evoked by noxious chemical, heat and electrical stimulationNicole M E Carmichael
Physiology Department, University of Toronto, Medical Science Building, 1 King s College Circle, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Brain Res 1276:103-11. 2009..These results add to the growing list of sex difference responses to noxious somatic stimulation...
- Peptide-mediated transdermal delivery of botulinum neurotoxin type A reduces neurogenic inflammation in the skinNicole M E Carmichael
University of Toronto, Department of Physiology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S1A8
Pain 149:316-24. 2010..Peptide-mediated delivery of BoNT-A is an easy and non-invasive way of administering the toxin that may prove to be useful in clinical practice...