Nader Ghasemlou
Nader Ghasemlou
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Bacteria activate sensory neurons that modulate pain and inflammation
IM Chiu, BA Heesters, N Ghasemlou, CA Von Hehn, F Zhao, J Tran, ...
Nature 501 (7465), 52-57, 2013
Silencing nociceptor neurons reduces allergic airway inflammation
S Talbot, REE Abdulnour, PR Burkett, S Lee, SJF Cronin, MA Pascal, ...
Neuron 87 (2), 341-354, 2015
Accelerating axonal growth promotes motor recovery after peripheral nerve injury in mice
CHE Ma, T Omura, EJ Cobos, A Latrémoličre, N Ghasemlou, GJ Brenner, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 121 (11), 2011
Inflammation-induced decrease in voluntary wheel running in mice: a nonreflexive test for evaluating inflammatory pain and analgesia
EJ Cobos, N Ghasemlou, D Araldi, D Segal, K Duong, CJ Woolf
PAIN® 153 (4), 876-884, 2012
Transcriptional profiling at whole population and single cell levels reveals somatosensory neuron molecular diversity
IM Chiu, LB Barrett, EK Williams, DE Strochlic, S Lee, AD Weyer, S Lou, ...
Elife 3, 2014
CD11b+ Ly6G− myeloid cells mediate mechanical inflammatory pain hypersensitivity
N Ghasemlou, IM Chiu, JP Julien, CJ Woolf
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (49), E6808-E6817, 2015
5, 6-EET is released upon neuronal activity and induces mechanical pain hypersensitivity via TRPA1 on central afferent terminals
M Sisignano, CK Park, C Angioni, DD Zhang, C von Hehn, EJ Cobos, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (18), 6364-6372, 2012
Phenotyping the function of TRPV1-expressing sensory neurons by targeted axonal silencing
C Brenneis, K Kistner, M Puopolo, D Segal, D Roberson, M Sisignano, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (1), 315-326, 2013
Inflammatory pathways in spinal cord injury
S David, JG Zarruk, N Ghasemlou
International review of neurobiology 106, 127-152, 2012
NMDA receptor activation underlies the loss of spinal dorsal horn neurons and the transition to persistent pain after peripheral nerve injury
P Inquimbert, M Moll, A Latremoliere, CK Tong, J Whang, GF Sheehan, ...
Cell reports 23 (9), 2678-2689, 2018
Tissue displacement and impact force are important contributors to outcome after spinal cord contusion injury
N Ghasemlou, BJ Kerr, S David
Experimental neurology 196 (1), 9-17, 2005
Inhibition of the Ca2+-dependent K+ channel, KCNN4/KCa3. 1, improves tissue protection and locomotor recovery after spinal cord injury
D Bouhy, N Ghasemlou, S Lively, A Redensek, KI Rathore, LC Schlichter, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (45), 16298-16308, 2011
Fenretinide promotes functional recovery and tissue protection after spinal cord contusion injury in mice
R López-Vales, A Redensek, TAA Skinner, KI Rathore, N Ghasemlou, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (9), 3220-3226, 2010
T cells contribute to lysophosphatidylcholine‐induced macrophage activation and demyelination in the CNS
N Ghasemlou, SY Jeong, S Lacroix, S David
Glia 55 (3), 294-302, 2007
Circadian control of pain and neuroinflammation
JP Segal, KA Tresidder, C Bhatt, I Gilron, N Ghasemlou
Journal of neuroscience research 96 (6), 1002-1020, 2018
Beneficial effects of secretory leukocyte protease inhibitor after spinal cord injury
N Ghasemlou, D Bouhy, J Yang, R López-Vales, M Haber, ...
Brain 133 (1), 126-138, 2010
Mitogen-activated protein kinase-activated protein kinase 2 (MK2) contributes to secondary damage after spinal cord injury
N Ghasemlou, R Lopez-Vales, C Lachance, T Thuraisingam, M Gaestel, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (41), 13750-13759, 2010
Phospholipase A2 superfamily members play divergent roles after spinal cord injury
R López-Vales, N Ghasemlou, A Redensek, BJ Kerr, E Barbayianni, ...
The FASEB Journal 25 (12), 4240, 2011
The protective effects of 15‐deoxy‐Δ‐12,14‐prostaglandin J2 in spinal cord injury
BJ Kerr, EI Girolami, N Ghasemlou, SY Jeong, S David
Glia 56 (4), 436-448, 2008
Chronobiology of chronic pain: focus on diurnal rhythmicity of neuropathic pain
I Gilron, N Ghasemlou
Current opinion in supportive and palliative care 8 (4), 429-436, 2014
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