Douglas E. Wright

Affiliations: 
Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, KS, United States 
Area:
Neurotrophins, Pain, Diabetic Neuropathy
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Enders JD, Thomas S, Swanson MT, et al. (2022) A ketogenic diet prevents methylglyoxal-evoked nociception by scavenging methylglyoxal. Pain
Enders J, Swanson MT, Ryals J, et al. (2021) A ketogenic diet reduces mechanical allodynia and improves epidermal innervation in diabetic mice. Pain
Wu PY, Menta B, Visk A, et al. (2021) The impact of foot shock-induced stress on pain-related behavior associated with burn injury. Burns : Journal of the International Society For Burn Injuries
Fuentes IM, Jones BM, Brake AD, et al. (2020) Voluntary wheel running improves outcomes in an early life stress-induced model of urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome in male mice. Pain
Wu PY, Yang X, Wright DE, et al. (2019) Foot shock stress generates persistent widespread hypersensitivity and anhedonic behavior in an anxiety-prone strain of mice. Pain
Wright D, Wu P, Christianson J, et al. (2019) (249) Modulators of Burn Injury-Related Pain in Mice: The Search for Modulators in the Transition from Acute to Chronic Pain The Journal of Pain. 20: S37
Wu P, Yang X, Wright D, et al. (2019) (242) Stress-Induced Bladder Hypersensitivity, Hind Paw Allodynia, and Depression-Like Behavior in an Anxiety-Prone Strain of Mice The Journal of Pain. 20: S35
Wright D, Elliott D, Vitztum M, et al. (2019) (194) Epidermal Axon Changes in Patients with Prediabetes: The PACMAN Study The Journal of Pain. 20: S24
Cooper MA, McCoin C, Pei D, et al. (2018) Reduced mitochondrial reactive oxygen species production in peripheral nerves of mice fed a ketogenic diet. Experimental Physiology
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
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