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Jun 22 2021
A new study uses a battery of pain models in mice to implicate TRPC5 in inflammatory mechanical and spontaneous pain; results from human tissue suggest translational potential.
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Jun 22 2021
New research proposes that the odontoblast, via TRPC5, serves as a primary sensory cell responsible for tooth cold pain.
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Jun 15 2021
Be sure to submit your abstract via IASP's online submission system by July 1.
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May 24 2021
Computational tool built from existing RNA sequencing dataset to advance translational pain studies.
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Jun 21 2021

Editor’s note: IASP will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2024. Even though the anniversary is still a few years away, it already...

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Jun 21 2021

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May 26 2021
So does it mean that there might be a confounding factor in all pain...
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Feb 20 2021
It's fascinating to discover that only few astrocytes in the amygdala are...
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Feb 03 2021
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Aug 15 2020
Professor Harold Merskey, who was the chair of the original IASP...
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Aug 12 2020
Modified pain definition: An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience...
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Jul 23 2020
Introducing the word "resembling" in relation to "the unpleasant sensory...
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Jul 16 2020
The revised definition of pain has now been published in PAIN, along with...
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May 15 2020
You may wish to have a look at some more recent updates of this paper: [1...
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Mar 06 2020
Editor's note: this comment is co-authored by Ashlie Reker and Steve...
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Feb 24 2020
An unexpected finding in this study was that CCI increased rather than...
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Dec 18 2019
Editor's note: This was the most popular paper on PRF over the past...
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Dec 18 2019
Editor's Note: This paper was the most popular paper on PRF in 2019....
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Sep 30 2019
The pain threshold for each individual differs, which makes it more...
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Sep 30 2019
In his introductory remarks, although Murat Aydede1 mentions the...
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Sep 30 2019
Wonderful paper. Have the researchers found any evidence for differences...
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Sep 14 2019
The news article states: "But one thing most agree on is that the...
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Jul 13 2019
In this elegant study, the authors compare lidocaine injection of the...
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Apr 01 2019
By: John Wood
In the accompanying paper, Bennett, Serra, and Tracey make an important...
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Mar 29 2019
Negus and colleagues have provided a useful in-depth review of the broad...
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Mar 14 2019
The study by Tan et al. represents a major step forward in understanding...
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Jan 17 2019
This is an excellent paper investigating the analgesic effect of sucrose...
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Nov 23 2018
This study seems to provide the first clinical evidence to support basic...
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Oct 05 2018
This is an interesting study confirming analgesic effects mediated by...
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Aug 20 2018
This is an interesting study with translational potential. The authors...
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