De La Zerda DJ, Stokes JA, Do J, Go A, Fu Z, Powell FL. Ibuprofen does not Reverse Ventilatory Acclimatization to Chronic Hypoxia in Rats. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology. 27 July 2017. pii: S1569-9048(17)30110-6.
Stokes JA, Arbogast TE*, Moya, E, Fu Z, Powell FL. Minocycline blocks glial cell activation and ventilatory acclimatization to hypoxia. Journal of Neurophysiology. 18 January 2017. DOI: 10.1152/jn.00525.2016 [epub ahead of print]
Hocker A, Stokes JA, Powell FL, Huxtable AG. The impact of inflammation on respiratory plasticity. Experimental Neurology. 2017 Jan; 287(Pt 2):243-253
Park HJ, Stokes JA, Corr M, Yaksh TL. Toll-like receptor signaling regulates cisplatin-induced mechanical allodynia in mice. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 2014 Oct. 73 (1), 25-34.
Stokes JA, Cheung J*, Eddinger KA, Corr M, Yaksh TL. Toll-like receptor signaling adapter proteins govern spread of neuropathic pain and recovery following nerve injury in male mice. J Neuroinflammation. 2013 Dec 9;10(1):148.
Stokes JA, Corr M, Yaksh TL. Spinal Toll-like receptor signaling and nociceptive processing: Regulatory balance between TIRAP and TRIF cascades mediated by TNF and IFNß. Pain. 2013 May; 154(5):733-42.
Park HJ, Stokes JA, Pirie E*, Skahen J, Shtaerman Y, Yaksh TL. Persistent hyperalgesia in the Cisplatin treated mouse as defined by threshold measures and the conditioned place preference paradigm and changes in DRG ATF3: Effects of gabapentin, ketorolac, and etanercept. Anesth Analg. 2013 Jan;116(1):224-31.
Christianson CA, Dumlao D, Stokes JA, Dennis EA, Svensson CI, Corr M, Yaksh TL. Spinal TLR4 mediates the transition to a persistent mechanical hypersensitivity after the resolution of inflammation in serum-transferred arthritis. Pain. 2011 Dec;152(12):2881-91.
Stokes JA, Corr M, Yaksh TL. Transient tactile allodynia following intrathecal puncture in mouse: contributions of toll-like receptor signaling. Neurosci Lett. 2011 Oct 31;504(3):215-8.
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Stokes, J.A., Grosofsky, A. (2017, March 1). Case study activity for learning neuroanatomy and physiology: “Doctor, why am I so tired and dizzy?” Retrieved from: http://www.lifescitrc.org/resource.cfm?submissionID=11510