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October 2015 - Volume 156 - Issue 10
pp: 1831-2110



An omics investigation into chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain reveals epiandrosterone sulfate as a potential biomarker

Livshits, Gregory; Macgregor, Alexander J.; Gieger, Christian; More

PAIN. 156(10):1845-1851, October 2015.

Facilitated spinal neuropeptide signaling and upregulated inflammatory mediator expression contribute to postfracture nociceptive sensitization

Shi, Xiaoyou; Guo, Tian-Zhi; Wei, Tzuping; More

PAIN. 156(10):1852-1863, October 2015.

Behavioral and neurochemical analysis of ongoing bone cancer pain in rats

Remeniuk, Bethany; Sukhtankar, Devki; Okun, Alec; More

PAIN. 156(10):1864-1873, October 2015.

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Somatosensory nociceptive characteristics differentiate subgroups in people with chronic low back pain: a cluster analysis

Rabey, Martin; Slater, Helen; O'Sullivan, Peter; More

PAIN. 156(10):1874-1884, October 2015.

The disruptive effects of pain on n-back task performance in a large general population sample

Attridge, Nina; Noonan, Donna; Eccleston, Christopher; More

PAIN. 156(10):1885-1891, October 2015.

Enhanced binding capability of nuclear factor-?B with demethylated P2X3 receptor gene contributes to cancer pain in rats

Zhou, You-Lang; Jiang, Guo-Qin; Wei, Jinrong; More

PAIN. 156(10):1892-1905, October 2015.

Distinct temporal filtering mechanisms are engaged during dynamic increases and decreases of noxious stimulus intensity

Mørch, Carsten Dahl; Frahm, Ken Steffen; Coghill, Robert C.; More

PAIN. 156(10):1906-1912, October 2015.

Can patients identify what triggers their back pain? Secondary analysis of a case-crossover study

do Carmo Silva Parreira, Patricia; Maher, Chris G.; Latimer, Jane; More

PAIN. 156(10):1913-1919, October 2015.

The Pain Course: a randomised controlled trial examining an internet-delivered pain management program when provided with different levels of clinician support

Dear, Blake F.; Gandy, Milena; Karin, Eyal; More

PAIN. 156(10):1920-1935, October 2015.

Touch inhibits subcortical and cortical nociceptive responses

Mancini, Flavia; Beaumont, Anne-Lise; Hu, Li; More

PAIN. 156(10):1936-1944, October 2015.

Inflammation-induced pain sensitization in men and women: does sex matter in experimental endotoxemia?

Wegner, Alexander; Elsenbruch, Sigrid; Rebernik, Laura; More

PAIN. 156(10):1954-1964, October 2015.

Molecular genetic mechanisms of allelic specific regulation of murine Comt expression

Segall, Samantha K.; Shabalina, Svetlana A.; Meloto, Carolina B.; More

PAIN. 156(10):1965-1977, October 2015.

The Experience of Cognitive Intrusion of Pain: scale development and validation

Attridge, Nina; Crombez, Geert; Van Ryckeghem, Dimitri; More

PAIN. 156(10):1978-1990, October 2015.

Role of the endocannabinoid system in the emotional manifestations of osteoarthritis pain

La Porta, Carmen; Bura, S. Andreea; Llorente-Onaindia, Jone; More

PAIN. 156(10):2001-2012, October 2015.

A randomized double-blind, placebo-, and active-controlled study of T-type calcium channel blocker ABT-639 in patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain

Ziegler, Dan; Duan, W. Rachel; An, Guohua; More

PAIN. 156(10):2013-2020, October 2015.

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Neonatal vaginal irritation results in long-term visceral and somatic hypersensitivity and increased hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis output in female mice

Pierce, Angela N.; Zhang, Zhen; Fuentes, Isabella M.; More

PAIN. 156(10):2021-2031, October 2015.

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Altered pain modulation in patients with persistent postendodontic pain

Nasri-Heir, Cibele; Khan, Junad; Benoliel, Rafael; More

PAIN. 156(10):2032-2041, October 2015.

Monosynaptic convergence of somatic and visceral C-fiber afferents on projection and local circuit neurons in lamina I: a substrate for referred pain

Luz, Liliana L.; Fernandes, Elisabete C.; Sivado, Miklos; More

PAIN. 156(10):2042-2051, October 2015.

Dimethylarginine dimethylaminohydrolase 1 is involved in spinal nociceptive plasticity

D'Mello, Richard; Sand, Claire A.; Pezet, Sophie; More

PAIN. 156(10):2052-2060, October 2015.

The organisation of spinoparabrachial neurons in the mouse

Cameron, Darren; Polgár, Erika; Gutierrez-Mecinas, Maria; More

PAIN. 156(10):2061-2071, October 2015.

COMT gene locus: new functional variants

Meloto, Carolina B.; Segall, Samantha K.; Smith, Shad; More

PAIN. 156(10):2072-2083, October 2015.

Deficits in pain perception in borderline personality disorder: results from the thermal grill illusion

Bekrater-Bodmann, Robin; Chung, Boo Young; Richter, Ingmarie; More

PAIN. 156(10):2084-2092, October 2015.

High- and low-frequency transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation does not reduce experimental pain in elderly individuals

Bergeron-Vézina, Kayla; Corriveau, Hélène; Martel, Marylie; More

PAIN. 156(10):2093-2099, October 2015.

Neuropathic pain as part of chronic widespread pain: environmental and genetic influences

Momi, Sukhleen K.; Fabiane, Stella Maris; Lachance, Genevieve; More

PAIN. 156(10):2100-2106, October 2015.

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Vowles, Kevin E.; McEntee, Mindy L.; Siyahhan Julnes, Peter; More

PAIN. 156(10):2107-2108, October 2015.


Creator: Pierce, Angela N.; Zhang, Zhen; Fuentes, Isabella M.; Wang, Ruipeng; Ryals, Janelle M.; Christianson, Julie A.
Duration: 3:36
Experiencing early life stress or injury increases a woman's likelihood of developing vulvodynia and concomitant dysregulation of the HPA axis.
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