Basic Science Translational
Chronic pain assessment from bench to bedside: lessons along the translation continuum
A data science approach to candidate gene selection of pain regarded as a process of learning and neural plasticity.
Posttraumatic stress disorder influences the nociceptive and intrathecal cytokine response to a painful stimulus in combat veterans.
Targeting Epigenetic Mechanisms for Chronic Pain: A Valid Approach for the Development of Novel Therapeutics
Commonalities between pain and memory mechanisms and their meaning for understanding chronic pain.
Ovarian hormones and chronic pain: A comprehensive review
What Is the Evidence that Neuropathic Pain Is Present in Chronic Low Back Pain and Soft Tissue Syndromes? An Evidence-Based Structured Review
One night of total sleep deprivation promotes a state of generalized hyperalgesia: A surrogate pain model to study the relationship of insomnia and pain
Peripheral Administration of Translation Inhibitors Reverses Increased Hyperalgesia in a Model of Chronic Pain in the Rat
A novel approach to identify responder subgroups and predictors of response to low- and high-dose capsaicin patches in postherpetic neuralgia
Clinical pharmacology of analgesics assessed with human experimental pain models: bridging basic and clinical research
Fear of injury predicts self-reported and behavioral impairment in patients with chronic low back pain
Intrathecal ketamine and pregabalin at sub-effective doses synergistically reduces neuropathic pain without motor dysfunction in mice
Comparison of the efficacy and skin permeability of topical NSAID preparations used in Europe
Ultra-low dose naloxone restores the antinociceptive effect of morphine in PTX-treated rats: association of IL-10 upregulation in the spinal cord
Do Animal Models Tell Us about Human Pain?