The following publications cite the Leica Biosystems product for Research Use Only.
Genome-Wide Screen Identifies Drug-Induced Regulation of the Gene Giant Axonal Neuropathy (Gan) in a Mouse Model of Antiretroviral-Induced Painful Peripheral Neuropathy. Susan G. Dorsey, Carmen C. Leitch, Cynthia L. Renn, Sherrie Lessans, Barbara A. Smith, Xiao M. Wang, Raymond A. Dionne. online before print April 26, 2009, doi: 10.1177/1099800409332726 Biol Res Nurs July 2009 vol. 11 no. 17-16.
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor modulates antiretroviral-induced mechanical allodynia in the mouse. Cynthia L. Renn, Carmen C. Leitch, Sherrie Lessans, Peter Rhee, W. Cameron McGuire, Barbara A. Smith, Richard J. Traub, Susan G. Dorsey. Journal of Neuroscience Research Volume 89, Issue 10, pages 1551–1565, October 2011 6 JUN 2011 DOI: 10.1002/jnr.22685
Multimodal assessment of painful peripheral neuropathy induced by chronic oxaliplatin-based chemotherapy in mice. Cynthia L Renn, Valentina A Carozzi, Peter Rhee, Danisha Gallop, Susan G Dorsey and Guido Cavaletti. Molecular Pain 2011, 7:29 doi:10.1186/1744-8069-7-29.
Cyclooxygenase-1 in the spinal cord plays an important role in postoperative pain. Zhu X, Conklin D, Eisenach JC.. Pain. 2003 Jul;104(1-2):15-23
Rehabilitation of the Hand: Surgery and Therapy edited by James M. Hunter, Lawrence H. Schneider, Evelyn J. Mackin, and Anne D. Callahan, 3rd ed, 1258 pp, ISBN 0-8016-2472-X, St Louis, Mo, CV Mosby Co, 1990
The repeatability of testing with Semmes-Weinstein Monofilaments
Judith Bell-Krotoski, Elizabeth Tomancik. The repeatability of testing with Semmes-Weinstein Monofilaments. The Journal of Hand Surgery 12A: 155-161, 1987
Genome-Wide Screen Identifies Drug-Induced Regulation of the Gene Giant Axonal Neuropathy (Gan) in a Mouse Model of Antiretroviral-Induced Painful Peripheral Neuropathy.
Susan G. Dorsey. Biological Research For Nursing, Vol. 11, No. 1, 7-16 (2009)
In vivo evidence that truncated trkB.T1 participates in nociception.
Cynthia L Renn, Carmen C Leitch and Susan G Dorsey. Molecular Pain 2009, 5:61