Neurochemical Research

, 33:1911 | Cite as

A Tribute to Professor Ji-Sheng Han

  • Albert Cheung Hoi YuEmail author


Analgesic Effect Endogenous Opioid Acupuncture Therapy Heroin Addict Chinese Acupuncture 
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    Research Group of Acupuncture Anesthesia, Beijing Medical Colledge (1973) The effect of acupuncture on the human skin pain threshold. Chin Med J 3:151–157Google Scholar
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    Han JS (1987) Antibody microinjection: a new approach for studying the functions of neuropeptides. Chinese Med J 100:495–464Google Scholar
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    Han JS (2001) Opioid and anti-opioid peptides: a model of Yin-Yang balance in acupuncture mechanisms of pain modulation. In: Clinical acupuncture, scientific basis. Springer, Berlin, pp 51–68Google Scholar
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    Han JS, Ding XZ, Fan SG (1985) Is CCK-8 a candidated for endogenous antoopioid peptides? Neuropeptides 5:399–402PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    Wu LZ, Cui CL, Han JS (2001) Reduction of methadone dosage and relief of depression and anxiety by 2/100 Hz TENS for heroin detoxification. Chin J Drug Depend 10:124–126Google Scholar
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    Wu LZ, Cui CL, Han JS (1999) Treatment on heroin addicts by four channel Han’s acupoint nerve stimulator (HANS). J Beijing Med Univ 3:239–242Google Scholar
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    Zhong F, Wu LZ, Han JS (2006) Suppression of cue-induced heroin craving and cue-reactivity by single-trial transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation at 2 Hz. Addic Bio 11:184–189CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Neuroscience Research InstitutePeking UniversityBeijingP.R. China
  2. 2.Department of NeurobiologyPeking University Health Science CenterBeijingP.R. China

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