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Monteiro, C. B., Midão, L., Rebelo, S., Reguenga, C., et al. (2016). Zinc finger transcription factor Casz1 expression is regulated by homeodomain transcription factor Prrxl1 in embryonic spinal dorsal horn late-born excitatory interneurons. European Journal of Neuroscience, 43(11), 1449 - 1459.
Rebelo, S., Reguenga, C., Lopes, C., & Lima, D. (2010). Prrxl1 is required for the generation of a subset of nociceptive glutamatergic superficial spinal dorsal horn neurons. Developmental Dynamics, 239(6), 1684 - 1694.
Monteiro, C., Rebelo, S., Galhardo, V., Reguenga, C., & Lima, D. (2011). Postnatal expression of the homeobox gene Prrxl1 (Drg11) is increased in inflammatory but not neuropathic pain. European Journal of Pain, 15(5), 477 - 481.
Rebelo, S., Chen, Z. - F., Anderson, D. J., & Lima, D. (2006). Involvement of DRG11 in the development of the primary afferent nociceptive system. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience, 33(3), 236 - 246.
Gonçalves, N., Rebelo, S., & Tavares, I. (2010). Fetal pain: Neurobiological causes and consequences. Dor fetal: Mecanismos neurobiológicos e consequênciasActa Medica Portuguesa, 23(3), 419 - 426.
Rebelo, S., Lopes, C., Lima, D., & Reguenga, C. (2009). Expression of a Prrxl1 alternative splice variant during the development of the mouse nociceptive system. International Journal of Developmental Biology, 53(7), 1089 - 1095.
Santos, S. F. A., Rebelo, S., Derkach, V. A., & Safronov, B. V. (2007). Excitatory interneurons dominate sensory processing in the spinal substantia gelatinosa of rat. Journal of Physiology, 581(1), 241 - 254.
Rebelo, S., Reguenga, C., Osório, L., Pereira, C., et al. (2007). DRG11 immunohistochemical expression during embryonic development in the mouse. Developmental Dynamics, 236(9), 2653 - 2660.

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