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March 2015 - Volume 156 - Issue 3
pp: 357-564

Special Commentary

Variations in potassium channel genes are associated with distinct trajectories of persistent breast pain after breast cancer surgery

Langford, Dale J.; Paul, Steven M.; West, Claudia M.; More

PAIN. 156(3):371-380, March 2015.

Site-specific mesenchymal control of inflammatory pain to yeast challenge in vulvodynia-afflicted and pain-free women

Foster, David C.; Falsetta, Megan L.; Woeller, Collynn F.; More

PAIN. 156(3):386-396, March 2015.

GABAergic modulation in central sensitization in humans: a randomized placebo-controlled pharmacokinetic–pharmacodynamic study comparing clobazam with clonazepam in healthy volunteers

Besson, Marie; Matthey, Alain; Daali, Youssef; More

PAIN. 156(3):397-404, March 2015.

Pattern of neuropathic pain induced by topical capsaicin application in healthy subjects

Lötsch, Jörn; Dimova, Violeta; Hermens, Hanneke; More

PAIN. 156(3):405-414, March 2015.

Peripheral and spinal mechanisms of nociception in a rat reserpine-induced pain model

Taguchi, Toru; Katanosaka, Kimiaki; Yasui, Masaya; More

PAIN. 156(3):415-427, March 2015.

Inflammatory-induced changes in synaptic drive and postsynaptic AMPARs in lamina II dorsal horn neurons are cell-type specific

Kopach, Olga; Krotov, Volodymyr; Belan, Pavel; More

PAIN. 156(3):428-438, March 2015.

Modulation of nociceptive dural input to the trigeminocervical complex through GluK1 kainate receptors

Andreou, Anna P.; Holland, Philip R.; Lasalandra, Michele P.; More

PAIN. 156(3):439-450, March 2015.

Peripheral NLCR4 inflammasome participates in the genesis of acute inflammatory pain

Lopes, Alexandre H.; Talbot, Jhimmy; Silva, Rangel L.; More

PAIN. 156(3):451-459, March 2015.

Distinguishing problematic from nonproblematic postsurgical pain: a pain trajectory analysis after total knee arthroplasty

Pagé, M. Gabrielle; Katz, Joel; Romero Escobar, E. Manolo; More

PAIN. 156(3):460-468, March 2015.

Pioglitazone rapidly reduces neuropathic pain through astrocyte and nongenomic PPARγ mechanisms

Griggs, Ryan B.; Donahue, Renee R.; Morgenweck, Jenny; More

PAIN. 156(3):469-482, March 2015.

Acid-sensing ion channels detect moderate acidifications to induce ocular pain

Callejo, Gerard; Castellanos, Aida; Castany, Marta; More

PAIN. 156(3):483-495, March 2015.

Genetics and the environment affect the relationship between depression and low back pain: a co-twin control study of Spanish twins

Pinheiro, Marina B.; Ferreira, Manuela L.; Refshauge, Kathryn; More

PAIN. 156(3):496-503, March 2015.

Exercise therapy normalizes BDNF upregulation and glial hyperactivity in a mouse model of neuropathic pain

Almeida, Cayo; DeMaman, Aline; Kusuda, Ricardo; More

PAIN. 156(3):504-513, March 2015.

Heritability of pain catastrophizing and associations with experimental pain outcomes: a twin study

Trost, Zina; Strachan, Eric; Sullivan, Michael; More

PAIN. 156(3):514-520, March 2015.

Severity of chronic pain in an elderly population in Sweden—impact on costs and quality of life

Bernfort, Lars; Gerdle, Björn; Rahmqvist, Mikael; More

PAIN. 156(3):521-527, March 2015.

Oxidation-sensitive nociception involved in endometriosis-associated pain

Ray, Kristeena; Fahrmann, Johannes; Mitchell, Brenda; More

PAIN. 156(3):528-539, March 2015.

Positive affect and pain: mediators of the within-day relation linking sleep quality to activity interference in fibromyalgia

Kothari, Dhwani J.; Davis, Mary C.; Yeung, Ellen W.; More

PAIN. 156(3):540-546, March 2015.

Do patients with chronic pain show autonomic arousal when confronted with feared movements? An experimental investigation of the fear–avoidance model

Glombiewski, Julia Anna; Riecke, Jenny; Holzapfel, Sebastian; More

PAIN. 156(3):547-554, March 2015.

A new objective method for acquisition and quantification of reflex receptive fields

Jensen, Michael Brun; Manresa, José Biurrun; Andersen, Ole Kæseler

PAIN. 156(3):555-564, March 2015.