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Dec 10 2019
A new study shows pro- versus antinociceptive roles for distinct populations of neurons in the central nucleus of the amygdala
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Dec 04 2019
A mouse study reveals that nitric oxide maladaptively activates Nav1.9 channels in a medication-overuse headache model
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Nov 18 2019
A new study identifies a circuit from the periaqueductal gray to the ventral tegmental area that encodes aversiveness in a rat model of headache
news Research
Nov 11 2019
New study shows that romantic partner touch reduces pain intensity and unpleasantness, and engages sensory and emotional brain regions, in female volunteers
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Dec 02 2019

During a PRF webinar on December 2, 2019, Maral Tajerian discussed her recent work showing that the hippocampal extracellular matrix regulates...

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Nov 12 2019

Editor’s note: From February 2-5, 2020, pain researchers will gather for Pain: Aligning the Target, a new Keystone Symposium (see...

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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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In this elegant study, the authors compare lidocaine injection of the...
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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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Jan 17 2019
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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
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Aug 20 2018
This is an interesting study with translational potential. The authors...
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The conventional role of microRNAs (miRNAs) is to regulate gene expression...
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Jun 18 2018
Since publication of this news story, JAMA has published a Viewpoint by...
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May 25 2018
Drs. Yezierski and Hansson have provided a timely, readable, scholarly and...
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May 24 2018
How an organism maintains its internal stability despite variations in...
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May 15 2018
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Four years ago, the labs of Patrik Ernfors and Sten Linnarsson from the...
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Pain in surgical joint instability models of osteoarthritis (OA) is...
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Mar 30 2018
This is an interesting study that has demonstrated palmitoylation as a...
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Mar 23 2018
This is a very interesting study from the labs of Andrew Todd and Mark...
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Feb 12 2018
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