Publications

David Tracey – Publications

  • Moalem-Taylor, G., Li, M., Allbutt, H.N., Wu, A. and Tracey, D.J. (2011) A preconditioning nerve lesion inhibits mechanical pain hypersensitivity following subsequent neuropathic injury. Molecular Pain, 7, 1.
  • Smith, F.M., Haskelberg, H., Tracey, D.J. and Moalem-Taylor G. (2007) Role of histamine H(3) and H(4) receptors in mechanical hyperalgesia following peripheral nerve injury. Neuroimmunomodulation, 14, 317-325.
  • Li, M., Peake, P., Charlesworth, J., Tracey, D.J. and Moalem-Taylor, G. (2007) Complement activation contributes to leukocyte recruitment and neuropathic pain following peripheral nerve injury in rats. European Journal of Neuroscience, 26, 3486–3500.
  • Evans, S., Moalem-Taylor, G. & Tracey, D.J. (2007) Pain and endometriosis. Pain, 132S1, S22-S25.
  • Moalem-Taylor, G., Lang, P.M., Tracey, D.J. & Grafe, P. (2007) Post-spike excitability indicates changes in membrane potential of isolated C-fibers. Muscle & Nerve, 36, 172-82.
  • Moalem-Taylor, G., Allbutt, H.N., Iordanova, M.D. & Tracey, D.J. (2007) Pain hypersensitivity in rats with experimental autoimmune neuritis, an animal model of human inflammatory demyelinating neuropathy. Brain Behavior and Immunity 21, 699-710.
  • Lang, P.M., Moalem-Taylor, G., Tracey, D.J., Bostock, H. and Grafe, P. (2006) Activity-dependent modulation of axonal excitability in unmyelinated peripheral rat nerve fibers by the 5-HT(3) serotonin receptor. J. Neurophysiol. 96, 2963-2971.
  • Moalem, G. and Tracey, D.J. (2006) Immune and inflammatory mechanisms in neuropathic pain. Brain Research Reviews 51, 240-264.
  • Moalem, G., Grafe, P. & Tracey, D.J. (2005) Chemical mediators enhance the excitability of unmyelinated sensory axons in normal and injured peripheral nerve of the rat. Neuroscience 134, 1399 –1411.
  • Zuo, Y., Tracey, D.J. & Geczy, C.L. (2005) Upregulation of matrix metalloproteinases following nerve injury is not mediated by mast cell activation. Neuroimmunomodulation 12 211-219.
  • Rowe, M.J., Tracey, D.J., Mahns, D.A., Sahai, V., & Ivanusic, J.J. (2005) Mechanosensory perception: are there contributions from bone associated receptors? Clin. Exp. Pharmacol. Physiol. 32, 100-108.
  • Tracey, D.J. (2004) Somatosensory system. In: „The Rat Nervous System“ 3rd edn; ed. G. Paxinos. Chapter 25, pp. 797-815. Elsevier Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Tracey, D.J. (2004) Ascending and descending pathways in the spinal cord. In: „The Rat Nervous System“ 3rd edn; ed. G. Paxinos. Chapter 7, pp. 149-164. Elsevier Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Zuo, Y., Perkins, N.M., Tracey, D.J. & Geczy, C.L. (2003) Inflammation and hyperalgesia induced by nerve injury in the rat: a key role of mast cells. Pain 105 (3) 467-479.
  • Burgstahler, R., Koegel, H., Rucker, F., Tracey, D., Grafe, P & Alzheimer, C. (2003) Confocal ratiometric voltage imaging of cultured human keratinocytes reveals layer-specific responses to ATP. Amer. J. Physiol. Cell Physiol. 284, C944-952.
  • Lang, P.M., Tracey, D.J., Sippel, W. & Grafe, P. (2002) Activation of adenosine and P2Y receptors by ATP in human peripheral nerve. Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Arch. Pharmacol. 366, 449-457
  • Irnich, D., Tracey, D.J., Polten, J., Burgstahler, R. and Grafe, P. (2002) ATP stimulates peripheral axons in human, rat and mouse – differential involvement of A2B adenosine and P2X purinergic receptors. Neuroscience 110, 123-129.
  • Tracey, D.J. (2001) Pain due to nerve injury: role of nerve growth factor. In: Somatosensory Processing: From Single Neuron to Brain Imaging. Ed. M.J. Rowe & Y. Iwamura. Harwood Academic Publishers, pp. 13-26.
  • Perkins, N.M. & Tracey, D.J. (2000) Hyperalgesia due to nerve injury – role of neutrophils. Neuroscience 101, 745-757.
  • Song, A., Ashwell, K.W.S. & Tracey, D.J. (2000) Development of the rat phrenic nucleus and its connections with brainstem respiratory nuclei. Anatomy & Embryology, 202, 159-177.
  • Tracey, D.J. & Baume, P. (Eds) (2000) Anatomica. ISBN 1 74051 412 2 Random House, Sydney, 912 pp..
  • Liu, T. & Tracey, D.J. (2000) ATP P2X receptors play little role in the maintenance of neuropathic hyperalgesia. Neuroreport, 11 (8) 1669-1672.
  • Liu, T., van Rooijen, N., & Tracey, D.J. (2000) Depletion of macrophages reduces axonal degeneration and hyperalgesia following nerve injury. Pain 86, 25-32.
  • Liu, T., Knight, K.R. & Tracey, D.J. (2000) Hyperalgesia due to nerve injury – role of peroxynitrite. Neuroscience 97, 125-131.
  • Tracey, D.J., Walker, J.S. & Carmody, J.J. (2000) Neural basis of chronic pain – peripheral and central mechanisms. In ‚Stress and Health: Research and Clinical Applications‚ ed. D.Kenny, J.G. Carlson & F.J. McGuigan. Harwood Academic Publishers, Sydney, pp. 105-125.
  • Song, A., Tracey, D.J. & Ashwell, K.W.S. (1999) Development of the rat phrenic nerve and the terminal distribution of phrenic afferents in the cervical cord. Anatomy & Embryology 200, 625-643.
  • Syriatowicz, J.-P., Hu, D., Walker, J.S. & Tracey, D.J. (1999) Hyperalgesia due to nerve injury – role of prostaglandins. Neuroscience 94, (2) 587 – 594.
  • Theodosiou, M., Rush, R.A., Zhou, X.-F., Hu, D. Walker, J.S. and Tracey, D.J. (1999) Hyperalgesia due to nerve damage – role of nerve growth factor. Pain 81, 245-255.
  • Liu, T., Walker, J.S. & Tracey, D.J. (1999) Zinc alleviates thermal hyperalgesia due to partial nerve injury. NeuroReport 10, 645-649. Revised version: NeuroReport 10, 1619-1623.
  • Tracey, D.J., Paxinos, G. & Stone, J. (Eds) (1995) Neurotransmitters in the Human Brain. Plenum Press, New York. 245 pp.
  • Tracey, D.J. & Walker, J.S. (1995) Pain due to nerve damage: are inflammatory mediators involved? Inflammation Res. 44, 407-411.
  • Tracey, D.J., Romm, M.A. & Yao, N.N.L. (1995) Peripheral hyperalgesia in experimental neuropathy: exacerbation by neuropeptide Y. Brain Research 669, 245-254.
  • Tracey, D.J., Cunningham, J.E. and Romm, M.A. (1995) Peripheral hyperalgesia in experimental neuropathy: mediation by alpha 2 adrenoreceptors on postganglionic sympathetic terminals. Pain 60, 317-327.
  • Waite, P.M.E. & Tracey, D.J. (1995) Trigeminal system. In: „The Rat Nervous System“ 2nd edn; ed. G. Paxinos. Chapter 27, pp.705-724; Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Tracey, D.J. & Waite, P.M.E. (1995) Somatosensory system. In: „The Rat Nervous System“ 2nd edn; ed. G. Paxinos. Chapter 26, pp. 689-704; Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1995) Ascending and descending pathways in the spinal cord. In: „The Rat Nervous System“ 2nd edn; ed. G. Paxinos. Chapter 5, pp. 67-80; Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Tracey, D.J. & Cunningham, J.E. (1993) The role of the saphenous nerve in experimental sciatic nerve mononeuropathy produced by loose ligatures: comment. Pain 55, 128.
  • Bolton, P.S. & Tracey, D.J. (1992). Spinothalamic and propriospinal neurones in the upper cervical cord of the rat: terminations of primary afferent fibres on soma and primary dendrites. Exp. Brain Res. 92, 59-68.
  • Bolton, P.S. & Tracey, D.J. (1992). Neurons in the dorsal column nuclei of the rat respond to stimulation of neck mechanoreceptors and project to the thalamus. Brain Res. 595, 175-179.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1992) The anatomy of pain pathways. Aust. J. Psychopharmacol. 6, 6-9.
  • Tracey, D.J. and Bolton, P.S. (1992) Somatosensory pathways from the neck. In: The Head-Neck Sensory Motor System. (Eds: Berthoz, A., Vidal, P.P. and Graf, W.) Oxford University Press, Oxford, N.Y. pp. 171-174.
  • Bolton, P.S. & Tracey, D.J. (1992). The medullary relay from neck receptors to somatosensory thalamus in the rat. A neuroanatomical study. Exp. Brain Res. 88, 473-484.
  • Soon, P.S.H., Arnold, M.A. & Tracey, D.J. (1991) The paraterminal ligaments of the distal phalanx. Acta Anatomica 142, 339-346.
  • Tracey, D.J ., De Biasi, S. Phend, K. & Rustioni, A. (1991) Aspartate-like immunoreactivity in primary afferent neurons. Neuroscience 40, 673-686.
  • Weinberg, R.J., Tracey, D.J. & Rustioni, A. (1990) Extracellular labeling of unmyelinated dorsal root terminals after WGA-HRP injections in spinal ganglia. Brain Research 523, 351-355.
  • Walmsley, B., Edwards, F.R. and Tracey, D.J. (1988) Non-uniform release probabilities underlie quantal synaptic transmission at a mammalian excitatory central synapse. J. Neurophysiol. 60, 889-908.
  • Tracey, D.J., Walmsley, B. and Forsythe, I.D. (1988) Spinocerebellar neurones in the guinea pig – a morphological study. Brain Research 453, 129-135.
  • Walmsley, B., Edwards, F.R. & Tracey, D.J. (1987) The probabilistic nature of synaptic transmission at a mammalian excitatory central synapse. J. Neuroscience 7, 1037-1046.
  • Mantle-St.John, L.A. & Tracey, D.J. (1987) Somatosensory nuclei in the brainstem of the rat: independent projections to the thalamus and cerebellum. J. Comp. Neurol. 255, 259-271.
  • Low, J.S.T., Mantle-St.John, L.A. & Tracey, D.J. (1986) Nucleus z in the rat: spinal afferents from collaterals of dorsal spinocerebellar tract neurons. J. Comp. Neurol. 243, 510-526.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1985) Joint receptors and the control of movement. In: „The Motor System in Neurobiology“ pp. 178-182; ed. E.V. Evarts, S.P. Wise & D. Bousfield; Elsevier Biomedical, Amsterdam. ISBN 0 444 80738 1
  • Tracey, D.J. (1985) Ascending and descending pathways in the spinal cord. In: „The Rat Nervous System“ Chapter 14, vol. 2 pp. 311-324; ed. G. Paxinos; Academic Press, Sydney.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1985) Somatosensory system. In: „The Rat Nervous System“ Chapter 7, vol. 2, pp.129-152; ed. G. Paxinos; Academic Press, Sydney.
  • Tracey, D.J. & Walmsley, B. (1984) Synaptic input from identified muscle afferents to neurones of the dorsal spinocerebellar tract in the cat. J. Physiol. (Lond.), 350, 599-614.
  • Walmsley, B. & Tracey, D.J. (1983) The effect of transection and cold block of the spinal cord on synaptic transmission between Ia afferents and motoneurones. Neuroscience 9, 445-451.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1982) Pathways for proprioception. In: Proprioception, Posture and Emotion, ed. D. Garlick, Sydney: Committee in Postgraduate Medical Education, University of NSW, pp. 23-55.
  • Walmsley, B. & Tracey, D.J. (1981) An intracellular study of Renshaw cells. Brain Res. 223, 170-175
  • Darlot,C., Lopez-Barneo,J. & Tracey, D. (1981) Asymmetries of vertical vestibular nystagmus in the cat. Exp. Brain Res., 41, 420-426.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1980) Joint receptors and the control of movement. Trends in NeuroSciences 3, 253-255.
  • Tracey, D.J., Asanuma, C., Jones, E.G. & Porter, R. (1980) Thalamic relay to motor cortex: afferent pathways from brain stem, cerebellum and spinal cord in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol. 44, 532-554.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1980) The projection of joint receptors to the cuneate nucleus in the cat. J. Physiol. (Lond.) 305, 433-449.
  • Tracey, D.J., Walmsley, B. & Brinkman, J. (1980) „Long-loop“ reflexes can be obtained in spinal monkeys. Neuroscience Letters 18, 59-65.
  • Horne, M.K. & Tracey, D.J. (1979) The afferents and projections of the ventroposterolateral thalamus of the monkey. Exp. Brain Res. 36, 129-141.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1979) Characteristics of wrist joint receptors in the cat. Exp. Brain Res. 34, 165-176.
  • McIntyre, A.K., Proske, U. & Tracey, D.J. (1978) Fusimotor responses to volleys in joint and interosseous afferents in the cat’s hindlimb. Neuroscience Letters 10, 287-292.
  • McIntyre, A.K., Proske, U. & Tracey, D.J. (1978) Afferent fibres from muscle receptors in the posterior nerve of the cat’s knee joint. Exp. Brain Res. 33, 415-424.
  • Tracey, D. (1978) Joint receptors – changing ideas. Trends in NeuroScience, 1, 63-65.
  • Tracey, D. (1978) Joint receptors in the wrist of the cat. In: Studies in Neurophysiology: Presented to A.K. McIntyre, ed. Porter, R. Cambridge: C.U.P., pp. 75-86.
  • Viviani, P., Berthoz, A. & Tracey, D. (1977) The curvature of oblique saccades. Vision Res. 17, 661-664.
  • Tracey, D. (1975) Head movements mediated by halteres in the fly, Musca domestica. Experientia 31, 44-45.
  • Levine, J. & Tracey, D. (1973) Structure and function of the giant motoneuron of Drosophila melanogaster. J. Comp. Physiol. 87, 213-235.
  • Tracey, D.J. (1972) Evisceration and regeneration in Thyone okeni (Bell, 1884). Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W. 97, 72-81.