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February 2015 - Volume 156 - Issue 2
pp: 199-356


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Cortical activity evoked by inoculation needle prick in infants up to one-year old

Verriotis, Madeleine; Fabrizi, Lorenzo; Lee, Amy; More

PAIN. 156(2):222-230, February 2015.

The Pain and Opioids IN Treatment study: characteristics of a cohort using opioids to manage chronic non-cancer pain

Campbell, Gabrielle; Nielsen, Suzanne; Bruno, Raimondo; More

PAIN. 156(2):231-242, February 2015.

Presynaptic inhibition of optogenetically identified VGluT3+ sensory fibres by opioids and baclofen

Honsek, Silke D.; Seal, Rebecca P.; Sandkühler, Jürgen

PAIN. 156(2):243-251, February 2015.

National Breakthrough Pain Study: prevalence, characteristics, and associations with health outcomes

Narayana, Arvind; Katz, Nathaniel; Shillington, Alicia C.; More

PAIN. 156(2):252-259, February 2015.

Deficient conditioned pain modulation after spinal cord injury correlates with clinical spontaneous pain measures

Albu, Sergiu; Gómez-Soriano, Julio; Avila-Martin, Gerardo; More

PAIN. 156(2):260-272, February 2015.

Association of functional variations in COMT and GCH1 genes with postherniotomy pain and related impairment

Belfer, Inna; Dai, Feng; Kehlet, Henrik; More

PAIN. 156(2):273-279, February 2015.

Effects of testosterone replacement in men with opioid-induced androgen deficiency: a randomized controlled trial

Basaria, Shehzad; Travison, Thomas G.; Alford, Daniel; More

PAIN. 156(2):280-288, February 2015.

Differential neurophysiological correlates of bottom-up and top-down modulations of pain

Tiemann, Laura; May, Elisabeth S.; Postorino, Martina; More

PAIN. 156(2):289-296, February 2015.

Tumor necrosis factor inhibitor therapy in ankylosing spondylitis: differential effects on pain and fatigue and brain correlates

Wu, Qi; Inman, Robert D.; Davis, Karen D.

PAIN. 156(2):297-304, February 2015.

Selective melatonin MT2 receptor ligands relieve neuropathic pain through modulation of brainstem descending antinociceptive pathways

Lopez-Canul, Martha; Palazzo, Enza; Dominguez-Lopez, Sergio; More

PAIN. 156(2):305-317, February 2015.

Norepinephrine and dopamine transmission in 2 limbic regions differentially respond to acute noxious stimulation

Park, Jinwoo; Bucher, Elizabeth S.; Budygin, Evgeny A.; More

PAIN. 156(2):318-327, February 2015.

Intrathecal reboxetine suppresses evoked and ongoing neuropathic pain behaviours by restoring spinal noradrenergic inhibitory tone

Hughes, Sam; Hickey, Louise; Donaldson, Lucy F.; More

PAIN. 156(2):328-334, February 2015.

Variability in opioid prescription monitoring and evidence of aberrant medication taking behaviors in urban safety-net clinics

Lange, Allison; Lasser, Karen E.; Xuan, Ziming; More

PAIN. 156(2):335-340, February 2015.

Endocannabinoids and acute pain after total knee arthroplasty

Azim, Syed; Nicholson, James; Rebecchi, Mario J.; More

PAIN. 156(2):341-347, February 2015.

Change in opioid dose and change in depression in a longitudinal primary care patient cohort

Scherrer, Jeffrey F.; Salas, Joanne; Lustman, Patrick J.; More

PAIN. 156(2):348-355, February 2015.


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