Douglas E. Wright

Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, KS, United States 
Neurotrophins, Pain, Diabetic Neuropathy
"Douglas Wright"
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Cooper MA, O'Meara B, Jack MM, et al. (2018) Intrinsic Activity of C57BL/6 Substrains Associates with High-Fat Diet-Induced Mechanical Sensitivity in Mice. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society
Cooper MA, Menta BW, Perez-Sanchez C, et al. (2018) A ketogenic diet reduces metabolic syndrome-induced allodynia and promotes peripheral nerve growth in mice. Experimental Neurology
Grote CW, Wilson NM, Katz NK, et al. (2018) Deletion of the insulin receptor in sensory neurons increases pancreatic insulin levels. Experimental Neurology. 305: 97-107
Cooper MA, Jack MM, Ryals JM, et al. (2017) Rats bred for low and high running capacity display alterations in peripheral tissues and nerves relevant to neuropathy and pain. Brain and Behavior. 7: e00780
Guilford BL, Parson JC, Grote CW, et al. (2017) Increased FNDC5 is associated with insulin resistance in high fat-fed mice. Physiological Reports. 5
Grote CW, Wright DE. (2016) A Role for Insulin in Diabetic Neuropathy. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 10: 581
Cooper MA, Ryals JM, Wu PY, et al. (2016) Modulation of diet-induced mechanical allodynia by metabolic parameters and inflammation. Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System : Jpns
Cooper MA, Kluding PM, Wright DE. (2016) Emerging Relationships between Exercise, Sensory Nerves, and Neuropathic Pain. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 10: 372
Guilford BL, Parson JC, Vick SN, et al. (2016) The Effects Of A High-fat Diet And Exercise On The Pgc-1α-fndc5/irisin Pathway In C57bl/6 Mice: 1968 Board #120 June 2, 3: 30 PM - 5: 00 PM. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 48: 545
Katz NK, Ryals JM, Wright DE. (2015) Central or peripheral delivery of an adenosine A1 receptor agonist improves mechanical allodynia in a mouse model of painful diabetic neuropathy. Neuroscience. 285: 312-23
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