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Mary M. Heinricher

Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR 
Pain, Pain modulation, Descending control, Analgesia, Hyperalgesia, Circuitry, Brainstem, Autonomic control, Inflammation, Cytokines, Inflammatory mediators , Neuromodulation Systems
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Chiang MC, Bowen A, Schier LA, et al. (2019) Parabrachial Complex: A Hub for Pain and Aversion. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 39: 8225-8230
Robins MT, Heinricher MM, Ryabinin AE. (2019) From Pleasure to Pain, and Back Again: The Intricate Relationship Between Alcohol and Nociception. Alcohol and Alcoholism (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Chen Q, Heinricher MM. (2019) Descending Control Mechanisms and Chronic Pain. Current Rheumatology Reports. 21: 13
Chen Q, Heinricher MM. (2019) Plasticity in the link between pain-transmitting and pain-modulating systems in acute and persistent inflammation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Chen Q, Heinricher MM. (2018) Unmasking the Pain in Latent Sensitization. Neuroscience. 381: 159-160
Smith ML, Walcott AT, Heinricher MM, et al. (2017) Anterior Cingulate Cortex Contributes to Alcohol Withdrawal- Induced and Socially Transferred Hyperalgesia. Eneuro. 4
Chen Q, Roeder Z, Li MH, et al. (2017) Optogenetic Evidence for a Direct Circuit Linking Nociceptive Transmission through the Parabrachial Complex with Pain-Modulating Neurons of the Rostral Ventromedial Medulla (RVM). Eneuro. 4
Smith ML, Hostetler CM, Heinricher MM, et al. (2016) Social transfer of pain in mice. Science Advances. 2: e1600855
Roeder Z, Chen Q, Davis S, et al. (2016) Parabrachial complex links pain transmission to descending pain modulation. Pain
Maire JJ, Close LN, Heinricher MM, et al. (2015) Distinct pathways for norepinephrine- and opioid-triggered antinociception from the amygdala. European Journal of Pain (London, England)
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