Marshall Devor

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
pain, neuropathology
"Marshall Devor"
Mean distance: 14.18 (cluster 17)
Cross-listing: Neuropathology Tree

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Minert A, Devor M. (2015) Brainstem node for loss of consciousness due to GABAA receptor-active anesthetics. Experimental Neurology
Vicuña L, Strochlic DE, Latremoliere A, et al. (2015) The serine protease inhibitor SerpinA3N attenuates neuropathic pain by inhibiting T cell-derived leukocyte elastase. Nature Medicine. 21: 518-23
Devor M, Rappaport I, Rappaport ZH. (2015) Does the Golem Feel Pain? Moral Instincts and Ethical Dilemmas Concerning Suffering and the Brain. Pain Practice : the Official Journal of World Institute of Pain. 15: 497-508
Defrin R, Devor M, Brill S. (2014) Tactile allodynia in patients with lumbar radicular pain (sciatica). Pain. 155: 2551-9
Devor M, Vaso A, Adahan HM, et al. (2014) PNS origin of phantom limb sensation and pain: reply to letter to the editor regarding Foell et al., peripheral origin of phantom limb pain: is it all resolved? Pain. 155: 2207-8
Vaso A, Adahan HM, Gjika A, et al. (2014) Peripheral nervous system origin of phantom limb pain. Pain. 155: 1384-91
Bali KK, Hackenberg M, Lubin A, et al. (2014) Sources of individual variability: miRNAs that predispose to neuropathic pain identified using genome-wide sequencing. Molecular Pain. 10: 22
Devor M, Tal M. (2014) Nerve resection for the treatment of chronic neuropathic pain. Pain. 155: 1053-4
Sukhotinsky I, Devor M. (2014) Networks for the Modulation of Acute and Chronic Pain Neuronal Networks in Brain Function, Cns Disorders, and Therapeutics. 311-326
Nitzan-Luques A, Minert A, Devor M, et al. (2013) Dynamic genotype-selective "phenotypic switching" of CGRP expression contributes to differential neuropathic pain phenotype. Experimental Neurology. 250: 194-204
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