July 2018 - Volume 159 - Issue 7 : PAIN

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July 2018 - Volume 159 - Issue 7
pp: 1181-1430

The stress regulator FKBP51: a novel and promising druggable target for the treatment of persistent pain states across sexes

Maiarù, Maria; Morgan, Oakley B.; Mao, Tianqi; More

PAIN. 159(7):1224-1234, July 2018.

Burden of orofacial pain in a socially deprived and culturally diverse area of the United Kingdom

Joury, Easter; Bernabe, Eduardo; Gallagher, Jennifer E.; More

PAIN. 159(7):1235-1243, July 2018.

Dilute lidocaine suppresses ectopic neuropathic discharge in dorsal root ganglia without blocking axonal propagation: a new approach to selective pain control

Koplovitch, Pini; Devor, Marshall

PAIN. 159(7):1244-1256, July 2018.

Protease-activated receptor 1 is implicated in irritable bowel syndrome mediators–induced signaling to thoracic human sensory neurons

Desormeaux, Cleo; Bautzova, Tereza; Garcia-Caraballo, Sonia; More

PAIN. 159(7):1257-1267, July 2018.

Reduced selective learning in patients with fibromyalgia vs healthy controls

Meulders, Ann; Boddez, Yannick; Blanco, Fernando; More

PAIN. 159(7):1268-1276, July 2018.

Sustained and repeated mouth opening leads to development of painful temporomandibular disorders involving macrophage/microglia activation in mice

Wang, Guan Yun Frances; Shi, Xiang Qun; Wu, Wenjia; More

PAIN. 159(7):1277-1288, July 2018.

Quantitative sensory testing after macroreplantation: evidence for a specific somatosensory profile

Blume, Kathrin R.; Racz, Juliane; Franz, Marcel; More

PAIN. 159(7):1289-1296, July 2018.

Chemokine CCL2 and its receptor CCR2 in the dorsal root ganglion contribute to oxaliplatin-induced mechanical hypersensitivity

Illias, Amina M.; Gist, Andrea C.; Zhang, Haijun; More

PAIN. 159(7):1308-1316, July 2018.

How central is central poststroke pain? The role of afferent input in poststroke neuropathic pain: a prospective, open-label pilot study

Haroutounian, Simon; Ford, Andria L.; Frey, Karen; More

PAIN. 159(7):1317-1324, July 2018.

Comparative transcriptome profiling of the human and mouse dorsal root ganglia: an RNA-seq–based resource for pain and sensory neuroscience research

Ray, Pradipta; Torck, Andrew; Quigley, Lilyana; More

PAIN. 159(7):1325-1345, July 2018.

Temporal dynamics of pain: an application of regime-switching models to ecological momentary assessments in patients with rheumatic diseases

Schneider, Stefan; Junghaenel, Doerte U.; Ono, Masakatsu; More

PAIN. 159(7):1346-1358, July 2018.

Gray matter correlates of pressure pain thresholds and self-rated pain sensitivity: a voxel-based morphometry study

Ruscheweyh, Ruth; Wersching, Heike; Kugel, Harald; More

PAIN. 159(7):1359-1365, July 2018.

Machine-learned analysis of the association of next-generation sequencing–based human TRPV1 and TRPA1 genotypes with the sensitivity to heat stimuli and topically applied capsaicin

Kringel, Dario; Geisslinger, Gerd; Resch, Eduard; More

PAIN. 159(7):1366-1381, July 2018.

Bivalent ligand MCC22 potently attenuates nociception in a murine model of sickle cell disease

Cataldo, Giuseppe; Lunzer, Mary M.; Olson, Julie K.; More

PAIN. 159(7):1382-1391, July 2018.

Hyperpolarization-activated cyclic nucleotide–gated channels contribute to spontaneous activity in L4 C-fiber nociceptors, but not Aβ-non-nociceptors, after axotomy of L5-spinal nerve in the rat in vivo

Djouhri, Laiche; Smith, Trevor; Ahmeda, Ahmad; More

PAIN. 159(7):1392-1402, July 2018.

Chronic pain impairs cognitive flexibility and engages novel learning strategies in rats

Cowen, Stephen L.; Phelps, Caroline E.; Navratilova, Edita; More

PAIN. 159(7):1403-1412, July 2018.

Functional imaging in microfluidic chambers reveals sensory neuron sensitivity is differentially regulated between neuronal regions

Clark, Alex J.; Menendez, Guillermo; AlQatari, Mona; More

PAIN. 159(7):1413-1425, July 2018.


Rice, Andrew S.C.; Finnerup, Nanna B.; Kemp, Harriet I.; More

PAIN. 159(7):1428-1429, July 2018.