CrossRef Text and Data Mining
Result of CrossRef Text and Data Mining Search is the related articles with entitled article. If you click link1 or link2 you will be able to reach the full text site of selected articles; however, some links do not show the full text immediately at now. If you click CrossRef Text and Data Mining Download icon, you will be able to get whole list of articles from literature included in CrossRef Text and Data Mining.
Enhancement of Microvascular Leakage in the Nasal Mucosa after Re-exposure to Capsaicin in a Rat Model Challenged/Rechallenged with Capsaicin
Sea Yuong Jeon, Eun Ah Kim, Jong Hwa Sung, Jin Pyeong Kim, Tae Gee Jung, Eui Gee Hwang
J Rhinol. 2000;7(2):123-126.   Published online November 30, 2000

Excel Download

The long-term effects of capsaicin aqueous spray on the nasal mucosa
Clinical & Experimental Allergy. 1998;28(11):1351-1358   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2 Link3

Ruthenium red antagonism of capsaicin-induced vascular changes in the rat nasal mucosa
European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology. 1994;251(5):   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2 Link3

Capsaicin evokes secretion of nasal fluid and depletes substance P and calcitonin gene-related peptide from the nasal mucosa in the rat
British Journal of Pharmacology. 1989;98(3):930-936   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Effects of Capsaicin on Human Nasal Mucosa
ORL. 1998;60(3):143-146   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

A comparison of morphological effects on the rabbit nasal and sinus mucosa after surgical denervation and topical capsaicin application
Oto-Rhino-Laryngology. 1996;253(4-5):   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2 Link3 Link4

Capsaicin-induced microvascular changes in rat gastric mucosa.-Roles of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) and substance P (SP)
Japanese Journal of Pharmacology. 1998;76:292   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Horseradish Peroxidase Permeability across Rat Nasal Mucosa in Selective Stimulation of Substance P Innervation with Capsaicin
Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology. 1995;104(11):895-898   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Stress ulceration: Role of capsaicin-sensitive nerves in rat model
Gastroenterology. 1995;108(4):A201   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Local Capsaicin Treatment of the Nasal Mucosa Reduces Symptoms in Patients with Nonallergic Nasal Hyperreactivity
American Journal of Rhinology. 1991;5(4):145-151   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2

Effects of Capsaicin, (±)-CP-96,345 and SR 48968 on the Bradykinin-induced Airways Microvascular Leakage in Guinea-pigs
Pulmonary Pharmacology. 1993;6(1):63-67   Crossref logo
Link1 Link2