Thursday, August 07, 2014

Pain Research Pubs

2014 Is Already a Record Year

I am pleased with the acceleration of publications by Pain Researchers using our Pain Research Markers and Gene Expression Analysis Tools.

Here's a sampling of the most recent: Transfection Regent Publications: Lili Hou, Yanfeng Zhang, Yong Yang, Kai Xiang, Qindong Tan, Qulian Guo. Intrathecal siRNA Against GPNMB Attenuates Nociception in a Rat Model of Neuropathic Pain. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. July 2014...Ten micrograms of siRNA1- GPNMB dissolved in 30 μl i-Fect transfection reagent (Neuromics, Edina, MN, USA) was administered intrathecally once daily for 7 days, starting from 1 day before CCI surgery...

TRPV1 PublicationsCapsaicin-responsive corneal afferents do not contain TRPV1 at their central terminals in trigeminal nucleus caudalis in ratsOriginal Research ArticleJournal of Chemical Neuroanatomy, Volumes 61–62, November 2014, Pages 1-12 Deborah M. Hegarty, Sam M. Hermes, Tally M. Largent-Milnes, Sue A. Aicher

New insights into mechanisms of opioid inhibitory effects on capsaicin-induced TRPV1 activity during painful diabetic neuropathy. Neuropharmacology, Volume 85, October 2014, Pages 142-150 Mohammed Shaqura, Baled.I. Khalefa, Mehdi Shakibaei, Christian Zöllner, Mahmoud Al-Khrasani, Susanna Fürst, Michael Schäfer, Shaaban A. Mousa
TRPV1 IF in Mouse DRGs

Mohammed Shaqura, Baled.I. Khalefa, Mehdi Shakibaei, Christian Zöllner, Mahmoud Al-Khrasani, Desipramine and citalopram attenuate pretest swim-induced increases in prodynorphin immunoreactivity in the dorsal bed nucleus of the stria terminalis and the lateral division of the central nucleus of the amygdala in the forced swimming test. DOI: After rinsing with PBS, sections were incubated in PBS containing 0.3% Triton X-100 and 5% normal goat serum at room temperature for 30 min and then incubated with polyclonal guineapig anti-prodynorphin antibody (1:1000, Neuromics, Edina, MN, USA) or polyclonal rabbit ...

All Neuromics' Publications

I will continue to post Pain Research Updates!

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