Chulmin Cho - Publications

Affiliations: 
2016- Psychology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 

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2020 Zhang H, Lecker I, Collymore C, Dokova A, Pham MC, Rosen SF, Crawhall-Duk H, Zain M, Valencia M, Filippini HF, Li J, D'Souza AJ, Cho C, Michailidis V, Whissell PD, et al. Cage-lid hanging behavior as a translationally relevant measure of pain in mice. Pain. PMID 33230005 DOI: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000002127  0.84
2020 Verma V, Khoury S, Parisien M, Cho C, Maixner W, Martin LJ, Diatchenko L. The dichotomous role of epiregulin in pain. Pain. PMID 31917773 DOI: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001792  0.84
2019 Cho C, Michailidis V, Lecker I, Collymore C, Hanwell D, Loka M, Danesh M, Pham C, Urban P, Bonin RP, Martin LJ. Author Correction: Evaluating analgesic efficacy and administration route following craniotomy in mice using the grimace scale. Scientific Reports. 9: 15643. PMID 31653871 DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-50826-5  0.84
2019 Cho C, Michalidis V, Lecker I, Collymore C, Hanwell D, Loka M, Danesh M, Pham C, Urban P, Bonin RP, Martin LJ. Evaluating analgesic efficacy and administration route following craniotomy in mice using the grimace scale. Scientific Reports. 9: 359. PMID 30674967 DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-36897-w  0.84
2019 Martin LJ, Acland EL, Cho C, Gandhi W, Chen D, Corley E, Kadoura B, Levy T, Mirali S, Tohyama S, Khan S, MacIntyre LC, Carlson EN, Schweinhardt P, Mogil JS. Male-Specific Conditioned Pain Hypersensitivity in Mice and Humans. Current Biology : Cb. PMID 30639112 DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2018.11.030  0.84
2018 Cho C, Michailidis V, Martin LJ. Revealing brain mechanisms of mTOR-mediated translational regulation: Implications for chronic pain. Neurobiology of Pain (Cambridge, Mass.). 4: 27-34. PMID 31194026 DOI: 10.1016/j.ynpai.2018.03.002  0.84
2017 Martin LJ, Smith SB, Khoutorsky A, Magnussen CA, Samoshkin A, Sorge RE, Cho C, Yosefpour N, Sivaselvachandran S, Tohyama S, Cole T, Khuong TM, Mir E, Gibson DG, Wieskopf JS, et al. Epiregulin and EGFR interactions are involved in pain processing. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. PMID 28783046 DOI: 10.1172/JCI87406  0.84
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