Inna Belfer

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Genetics of Pain Disorders
"Inna Belfer"
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Bersellini Farinotti A, Wigerblad G, Nascimento D, et al. (2019) Cartilage-binding antibodies induce pain through immune complex-mediated activation of neurons. The Journal of Experimental Medicine
Khoury S, Piltonen MH, Ton AT, et al. (2019) A functional substitution in the L-aromatic amino acid decarboxylase enzyme worsens somatic symptoms via a serotonergic pathway. Annals of Neurology
Smith SB, Parisien M, Bair E, et al. (2018) Genome-wide association reveals contribution of MRAS to painful temporomandibular disorder in males. Pain
Bortsov AV, Devor M, Kaunisto MA, et al. (2018) CACNG2 polymorphisms associate with chronic pain following mastectomy. Pain
De Gregori M, Belfer I, De Giorgio R, et al. (2018) Second edition of SIMPAR's "Feed Your Destiny" workshop: the role of lifestyle in improving pain management. Journal of Pain Research. 11: 1627-1636
Peng C, Li L, Zhang MD, et al. (2017) MiR-183 cluster scales mechanical pain sensitivity by regulating basal and neuropathic pain genes. Science (New York, N.Y.)
Parisien M, Khoury S, Chabot-Doré AJ, et al. (2017) Effect of Human Genetic Variability on Gene Expression in Dorsal Root Ganglia and Association with Pain Phenotypes. Cell Reports. 19: 1940-1952
De Gregori M, Muscoli C, Schatman ME, et al. (2016) Combining pain therapy with lifestyle: the role of personalized nutrition and nutritional supplements according to the SIMPAR Feed Your Destiny approach. Journal of Pain Research. 9: 1179-1189
De Gregori M, Diatchenko L, Ingelmo PM, et al. (2016) Human Genetic Variability Contributes to Post-operative Morphine Consumption. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society
Belfer I. (2015) Sex-Specific Genetic Control of Diabetic Neuropathic Pain Suggests Subsequent Development of Men-only and Women-Only Analgesic Strategies. Ebiomedicine. 2: 1280
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