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Santos, S. F. A., Luz, L. L., Szucs, P., Lima, D., et al. (2009). Transmission efficacy and plasticity in glutamatergic synapses formed by excitatory interneurons of the substantia gelatinosa in the rat spinal cord. PLoS ONE, 4(11).
Kilinc, E., Guerrero-Toro, C., Zakharov, A., Vitale, C., et al. (2017). Serotonergic mechanisms of trigeminal meningeal nociception: Implications for migraine pain. Neuropharmacology, 116, 160 - 173.
Santos, S. F. A., Melnick, I. V., & Safronov, B. V. (2004). Selective postsynaptic inhibition of tonic-firing neurons in substantia gelatinosa by μ-opioid agonist. Anesthesiology, 101(5), 1177 - 1183.
Pinto, V., Derkach, V. A., & Safronov, B. V. (2008). Role of TTX-sensitive and TTX-resistant sodium channels in Aδ- and C-fiber conduction and synaptic transmission. Journal of Neurophysiology, 99(2), 617 - 628.
Luz, L. L., Szucs, P., & Safronov, B. V. (2014). Peripherally driven low-threshold inhibitory inputs to lamina I local-circuit and projection neurones: A new circuit for gating pain responses. Journal of Physiology, 592(7), 1519 - 1534.
Antal, Z., Luz, L. L., Safronov, B. V., Antal, M., & Szucs, P. (2016). Neurons in the lateral part of the lumbar spinal cord show distinct novel axon trajectories and are excited by short propriospinal ascending inputs. Brain Structure and Function, 221(4), 2343 - 2360.
Pinto, V., Szucs, P., Lima, D., & Safronov, B. V. (2010). Multisegmental Aδ- and C-fiber input to neurons in lamina I and the lateral spinal nucleus. Journal of Neuroscience, 30(6), 2384 - 2395.
Luz, L. L., Szucs, P., Pinho, R., & Safronov, B. V. (2010). Monosynaptic excitatory inputs to spinal lamina I anterolateral-tract-projecting neurons from neighbouring lamina I neurons. Journal of Physiology, 588(22), 4489 - 4505.
Pinto, V., Szûcs, P., Derkach, V. A., & Safronov, B. V. (2008). Monosynaptic convergence of C- and Aδ-afferent fibres from different segmental dorsal roots on to single substantia gelatinosa neurones in the rat spinal cord. Journal of Physiology, 586(17), 4165 - 4177.
Melnick, I. V., Santos, S. F. A., & Safronov, B. V. (2004). Mechanism of spike frequency adaptation in substantia gelatinosa neurones of rat. Journal of Physiology, 559(2), 383 - 395.
Szucs, P., Luz, L. L., Lima, D., & Safronov, B. V. (2010). Local axon collaterals of lamina I projection neurons in the spinal cord of young rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 518(14), 2645 - 2665.
Melnick, I. V., Santos, S. F. A., Szokol, K., Szûcs, P., & Safronov, B. V. (2004). Ionic Basis of Tonic Firing in Spinal Substantia Gelatinosa Neurons of Rat. Journal of Neurophysiology, 91(2), 646 - 655.
Safronov, B. V., Pinto, V., & Derkach, V. A. (2007). High-resolution single-cell imaging for functional studies in the whole brain and spinal cord and thick tissue blocks using light-emitting diode illumination. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 164(2), 292 - 298.
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.
Antal, Z., Luz, L. L., Safronov, B. V., Antal, M., & Szucs, P. (2016). Erratum to: Neurons in the lateral part of the lumbar spinal cord show distinct novel axon trajectories and are excited by short propriospinal ascending inputs (Brain Struct Funct, 2016, 10.1007/s00429-015-1046-3). Brain Structure and Function, 221(4), 2399 - 2400.
Fernandes, E. C., Luz, L. L., Mytakhir, O., Lukoyanov, N. V., et al. (2016). Diverse firing properties and Aβ-, Aδ-, and C-afferent inputs of small local circuit neurons in spinal lamina I. Pain, 157(2), 475 - 487.
Szucs, P., Luz, L. L., Pinho, R., Aguiar, P., et al. (2013). Axon diversity of lamina I local-circuit neurons in the lumbar spinal cord. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 521(12), 2719 - 2741.
Szucs, P., Pinto, V., & Safronov, B. V. (2009). Advanced technique of infrared LED imaging of unstained cells and intracellular structures in isolated spinal cord, brainstem, ganglia and cerebellum. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 177(2), 369 - 380.

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