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Neumann, Elena; Ralvenius, William T; Acuña, Mario A; Rudolph, Uwe; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich (2018). TP003 is a non-selective benzodiazepine site agonist that induces anxiolysis via α2GABA receptors. Neuropharmacology, 143:71-78.

Ralvenius, William T; Neumann, Elena; Pagani, Martina; Acuña, Mario A; Wildner, Hendrik; Benke, Dietmar; Fischer, Nina; Rostaher, Ana; Schwager, Simon; Detmar, Michael; Frauenknecht, Katrin; Aguzzi, Adriano; Hubbs, Jed Lee; Rudolph, Uwe; Favrot, Claude; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich (2018). Itch suppression in mice and dogs by modulation of spinal α2 and α3GABAA receptors. Nature Communications, 9(1):3230.

Klinger-Gratz, Pascal P; Ralvenius, William T; Neumann, Elena; Kato, Ako; Nyilas, Rita; Lele, Zsolt; Katona, István; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich (2018). Acetaminophen Relieves Inflammatory Pain Through CB1 Cannabinoid Receptors in the Rostral Ventromedial Medulla. Journal of Neuroscience, 38(2):322-334.

Müller Herde, Adrienne; Benke, Dietmar; Ralvenius, William T; Mu, Linjing; Schibli, Roger; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich; Krämer, Stefanie D (2017). GABAA receptor subtypes in the mouse brain: Regional mapping and diazepam receptor occupancy by in vivo [18F]flumazenil PET. NeuroImage, 150:279-291.

Zemoura, Khaled; Ralvenius, William T; Malherbe, Pari; Benke, Dietmar (2016). The positive allosteric GABAB receptor modulator rac-BHFF enhances baclofen-mediated analgesia in neuropathic mice. Neuropharmacology, 108:172-178.

Ralvenius, William T; Acuña, Mario A; Benke, Dietmar; Matthey, Alain; Daali, Youssef; Rudolph, Uwe; Desmeules, Jules; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich; Besson, Marie (2016). The clobazam metabolite N-desmethyl clobazam is an α2 preferring benzodiazepine with an improved therapeutic window for antihyperalgesia. Neuropharmacology, 109:366-375.

Acuña, Mario A; Yévenes, Gonzalo E; Ralvenius, William T; Benke, Dietmar; Di Lio, Alessandra; Lara, Cesar O; Muñoz, Braulio; Burgos, Carlos F; Moraga-Cid, Gustavo; Corringer, Pierre-Jean; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich (2016). Phosphorylation state-dependent modulation of spinal glycine receptors alleviates inflammatory pain. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 126(7):2547-2560.

Ralvenius, William T; Benke, Dietmar; Acuña, Mario A; Rudolph, Uwe; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich (2015). Analgesia and unwanted benzodiazepine effects in point-mutated mice expressing only one benzodiazepine-sensitive GABAA receptor subtype. Nature Communications, 6(6803):online.

Hofer, Stefanie C; Ralvenius, William T; Gachet, M Salomé; Fritschy, Jean-Marc; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich; Gertsch, Jürg (2015). Localization and production of peptide endocannabinoids in the rodent CNS and adrenal medulla. Neuropharmacology, 98:78-89.

Foster, Edmund; Wildner, Hendrik; Tudeau, Laetitia; Haueter, Sabine; Ralvenius, William T; Jegen, Monika; Johannssen, Helge; Hösli, Ladina; Haenraets, Karen; Ghanem, Alexander; Conzelmann, Karl-Klaus; Bösl, Michael; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich (2015). TargeTed ablation, silencing, and activation establish glycinergic dorsal horn neurons as key components of a spinal gate for pain and itch. Neuron, 85(6):1289-1304.

Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich; Ralvenius, William T; Acuña, Mario A (2015). Restoring the spinal pain gate: GABA(A) receptors as targets for novel analgesics. Advances in Pharmacology, 73:71-96.

Ralvenius, William T. Reversal of chronic pain by activation of single GABAA receptor subtypes. 2015, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.

Ralvenius, William T. Reversal of chronic pain by activation of single GABA_A receptor subtypes. 2015, University of Zurich, Faculty of Science.

Paul, Jolly; Yévenes, Gonzalo E; Benke, Dietmar; Lio, Alessandra Di; Ralvenius, William T; Witschi, Robert; Scheurer, Louis; Cook, James M; Rudolph, Uwe; Fritschy, Jean-Marc; Zeilhofer, Hanns Ulrich (2014). Antihyperalgesia by α2-GABAA receptors occurs via a genuine spinal action and does not involve supraspinal sites. Neuropsychopharmacology, 39(2):477-487.

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