Citations - Gonzalez-Cano Rafael

Small-fiber neuropathy (SFN), characterized by distal unmyelinated/thinly-myelinated fiber loss, produces a combination of sensory dysfunction and neuropathic pain. Gain-of-function variants in the sodium channel Nav1.7 that produce DRG neuron hyperexcitability are present in 5-10% of patients with idiopathic painful SFN. We created two independent knock-in mouse-lines carrying the Nav1.7-I228M gain-of-function... Read more
Published on: 2020-12-16
Source: Gonzalez-Cano Rafael
By: Lubin Chen
Small-fiber neuropathy (SFN), characterized by distal unmyelinated/thinly-myelinated fiber loss, produces a combination of sensory dysfunction and neuropathic pain. Gain-of-function variants in the sodium channel Nav1.7 that produce DRG neuron hyperexcitability are present in 5-10% of patients with idiopathic painful SFN. We created two independent knock-in mouse-lines carrying the Nav1.7-I228M gain-of-function... Read more
Published on: 2020-12-16
Source: Gonzalez-Cano Rafael
By: Lubin Chen
Small-fiber neuropathy (SFN), characterized by distal unmyelinated/thinly-myelinated fiber loss, produces a combination of sensory dysfunction and neuropathic pain. Gain-of-function variants in the sodium channel Nav1.7 that produce DRG neuron hyperexcitability are present in 5-10% of patients with idiopathic painful SFN. We created two independent knock-in mouse-lines carrying the Nav1.7-I228M gain-of-function... Read more
Published on: 2020-12-16
Source: Gonzalez-Cano Rafael
By: Lubin Chen
Small-fiber neuropathy (SFN), characterized by distal unmyelinated/thinly-myelinated fiber loss, produces a combination of sensory dysfunction and neuropathic pain. Gain-of-function variants in the sodium channel Nav1.7 that produce DRG neuron hyperexcitability are present in 5-10% of patients with idiopathic painful SFN. We created two independent knock-in mouse-lines carrying the Nav1.7-I228M gain-of-function... Read more
Published on: 2020-12-16
Source: Gonzalez-Cano Rafael
By: Lubin Chen
Small-fiber neuropathy (SFN), characterized by distal unmyelinated/thinly-myelinated fiber loss, produces a combination of sensory dysfunction and neuropathic pain. Gain-of-function variants in the sodium channel Nav1.7 that produce DRG neuron hyperexcitability are present in 5-10% of patients with idiopathic painful SFN. We created two independent knock-in mouse-lines carrying the Nav1.7-I228M gain-of-function... Read more
Published on: 2020-12-16
Source: Gonzalez-Cano Rafael
By: Lubin Chen
Small-fiber neuropathy (SFN), characterized by distal unmyelinated/thinly-myelinated fiber loss, produces a combination of sensory dysfunction and neuropathic pain. Gain-of-function variants in the sodium channel Nav1.7 that produce DRG neuron hyperexcitability are present in 5-10% of patients with idiopathic painful SFN. We created two independent knock-in mouse-lines carrying the Nav1.7-I228M gain-of-function... Read more
Published on: 2020-12-16
Source: Gonzalez-Cano Rafael
By: Lubin Chen
Immune and glial cells play a pivotal role in chronic pain. Therefore, it is possible that the pharmacological modulation of neurotransmission from an exclusively neuronal perspective may not be enough for adequate pain management, and the modulation of complex interactions between neurons and other cell types might be needed for... Read more
Published on: 2020-12-04
Source: Gonzalez-Cano Rafael
By: M Carmen Ruiz-Cantero

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