Publications

Selected Journal Publications

Chronic Neuropathic Pain
MOR, D., BEMBRICK, A. L., AUSTIN, P. J. & KEAY, K. A. 2011. Evidence for cellular injury in the midbrain of rats following chronic constriction injury of the sciatic nerve. J Chem Neuroanat, 41, 158-69.
AUSTIN, P. J., BEYER, K., BEMBRICK, A. L. & KEAY, K. A. 2010. Peripheral nerve injury differentially regulates dopaminergic pathways in the nucleus accumbens of rats with either 'pain alone' or 'pain and disability'. Neuroscience, 171, 329-43.
KILBURN-WATT, E., BANATI, R. B. & KEAY, K. A. 2010. Altered thyroid hormones and behavioural change in a sub-population of rats following chronic constriction injury. J Neuroendocrinol, 22, 960-70.
MOR, D., BEMBRICK, A. L., AUSTIN, P. J., WYLLIE, P. M., CREBER, N. J., DENYER, G. S. & KEAY, K. A. 2010. Anatomically specific patterns of glial activation in the periaqueductal gray of the sub-population of rats showing pain and disability following chronic constriction injury of the sciatic nerve. Neuroscience, 166, 1167-84.
KEAY, K. A., MONASSI, C. R., LEVISON, D. B. & BANDLER, R. 2004. Peripheral nerve injury evokes disabilities and sensory dysfunction in a subpopulation of rats: a closer model to human chronic neuropathic pain? Neurosci Lett, 361, 188-91.
MONASSI, C. R., BANDLER, R. & KEAY, K. A. 2003. A subpopulation of rats show social and sleep-waking changes typical of chronic neuropathic pain following peripheral nerve injury. Eur J Neurosci, 17, 1907-20.

Acute Pain
ALLBUTT, H. N., SIDDALL, P. J. & KEAY, K. A. 2007. Contusive spinal cord injury evokes localized changes in NADPH-d activity but extensive changes in Fos-like immunoreactivity in the rat. J Anat, 211, 352-70.
HU, P., BEMBRICK, A. L., KEAY, K. A. & MCLACHLAN, E. M. 2007. Immune cell involvement in dorsal root ganglia and spinal cord after chronic constriction or transection of the rat sciatic nerve. Brain Behav Immun, 21, 599-616.
KEAY, K. A. & BANDLER, R. 2002. Distinct central representations of inescapable and escapable pain: observations and speculation. Exp Physiol, 87, 275-9.
KEAY, K. A., CLEMENT, C. I., MATAR, W. M., HESLOP, D. J., HENDERSON, L. A. & BANDLER, R. 2002. Noxious activation of spinal or vagal afferents evokes distinct patterns of fos-like immunoreactivity in the ventrolateral periaqueductal gray of unanaesthetised rats. Brain Res, 948, 122-30.
KEAY, K. A. & BANDLER, R. 2001. Parallel circuits mediating distinct emotional coping reactions to different types of stress. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 25, 669-78.
KEAY, K. A., CLEMENT, C. I., DEPAULIS, A. & BANDLER, R. 2001. Different representations of inescapable noxious stimuli in the periaqueductal gray and upper cervical spinal cord of freely moving rats. Neurosci Lett, 313, 17-20.

Hypovolemic Shock & Haemorrhage
VAGG, D. J., BANDLER, R. & KEAY, K. A. 2008. Hypovolemic shock: critical involvement of a projection from the ventrolateral periaqueductal gray to the caudal midline medulla. Neuroscience, 152, 1099-109.
BROWN, H. J., HENDERSON, L. A. & KEAY, K. A. 2006. Hypotensive but not normotensive haemorrhage increases tryptophan hydroxylase-2 mRNA in caudal midline medulla. Neurosci Lett, 398, 314-8.
HESLOP, D. J., BANDLER, R. & KEAY, K. A. 2004. Haemorrhage-evoked decompensation and recompensation mediated by distinct projections from rostral and caudal midline medulla in the rat. Eur J Neurosci, 20, 2096-110.
POTAS, J. R., KEAY, K. A., HENDERSON, L. A. & BANDLER, R. 2003. Somatic and visceral afferents to the 'vasodepressor region' of the caudal midline medulla in the rat. Eur J Neurosci, 17, 1135-49.
TROY, B. P., HESLOP, D. J., BANDLER, R. & KEAY, K. A. 2003. Haemodynamic response to haemorrhage: distinct contributions of midbrain and forebrain structures. Auton Neurosci, 108, 1-11.
HENDERSON, L. A., KEAY, K. A. & BANDLER, R. 2002. Delta- and kappa-opioid receptors in the caudal midline medulla mediate haemorrhage-evoked hypotension. Neuroreport, 13, 729-33.
HESLOP, D. J., KEAY, K. A. & BANDLER, R. 2002. Haemorrhage-evoked compensation and decompensation are mediated by distinct caudal midline medullary regions in the urethane-anaesthetised rat. Neuroscience, 113, 555-67.

Animal Welfare
MCGREEVY, P. D., MCLEAN, A. N., KEAY, K. A. & THOMSON, P. C. 2009. SMART: Sensitivity models for animals in response to training. Vet J, 181, 72-3.