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    Non-stereoselective reversal of neuropathic pain by naloxone and naltrexone: involvement of toll-like receptor 4
    with M. Hutchinson, K. Brown, B. Coats, M. Shridhar, P. Sholar, S. Patel, N. Crysdale, J. Harrison, S. Maier, K. Rice, and L. Watkins
    European Journal of Neuroscience 28 (1): 20-29. 2008.
    Although activated spinal cord glia contribute importantly to neuropathic pain, how nerve injury activates glia remains controversial. It has recently been proposed, on the basis of genetic approaches, that toll-like receptor 4 may be a key receptor for initiating microglial activation following L5 spinal nerve injury. The present studies extend this idea pharmacologically by showing that TLR4 is key for maintaining neuropathic pain following sciatic nerve chronic constriction injury. Establishe…Read more
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    From point defects to plate tectonic faults
    with K. Regenauer-Lieb, B. Hobbs, D. A. Yuen, A. Ord, H. B. Mulhaus, and G. Morra
    Philosophical Magazine 86 (21-22): 3373-3392. 2006.
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    Crystallization behaviour in a new multicomponent Ti16.6Zr16.6Hf16.6Ni20Cu20Al10metallic glass developed by the equiatomic substitution technique (review)
    with K. B. Kim, P. J. Warren, and B. Cantor
    Philosophical Magazine 83 (20): 2371-2381. 2003.
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    Spin-resolved photoemission study of epitaxially grown MoSe 2 and WSe 2 thin films
    with S. K. Mo, C. Hwang, M. Fanciulli, S. Muff, Hugo Dil J., Z. X. Shen, and Z. Hussain
    © 2016 IOP Publishing Ltd.Few-layer thick MoSe2 and WSe2 possess non-trivial spin textures with sizable spin splitting due to the inversion symmetry breaking embedded in the crystal structure and strong spin-orbit coupling. We report a spin-resolved photoemission study of MoSe2 and WSe2 thin film samples epitaxially grown on a bilayer graphene substrate. We only found spin polarization in the single-and trilayer samples-not in the bilayer sample-mostly along the out-of-plane direction of the sam…Read more