Fernando Cervero

Affiliations: 
McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Area:
Pain
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Laird JMA, Cervero F. (2017) Looking at visceral pain: New vistas. Scandinavian Journal of Pain. 2: 93-94
Pitcher MH, Gonzalez-Cano R, Vincent K, et al. (2017) Mild social stress in mice produces opioid-mediated analgesia in visceral but not somatic pain states. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society
Gélinas C, Boitor M, Ranger M, et al. (2017) Is near infrared spectroscopy valid for the detection of procedural pain in postoperative cardiac surgery intensive care unit adults? Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy. 25: 391-399
Khoutorsky A, Sorge RE, Prager-Khoutorsky M, et al. (2016) eIF2α phosphorylation controls thermal nociception. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Khoutorsky A, Bonin RP, Sorge RE, et al. (2015) Translational control of nociception via 4E-binding protein 1. Elife. 4
Khoutorsky A, Bonin RP, Sorge RE, et al. (2015) Author response: Translational control of nociception via 4E-binding protein 1 Elife
Pitcher MH, Nieto FR, Cervero F. (2013) Stimulation of cutaneous low threshold mechanoreceptors in mice after intracolonic capsaicin increases spinal c-Fos labeling in an NKCC1-dependent fashion. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society. 14: 57-65
Laferrière A, Pitcher MH, Haldane A, et al. (2011) PKMζ is essential for spinal plasticity underlying the maintenance of persistent pain. Molecular Pain. 7: 99
Witschi R, Punnakkal P, Paul J, et al. (2011) Presynaptic alpha2-GABAA receptors in primary afferent depolarization and spinal pain control. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 8134-42
Walczak JS, Cervero F. (2011) Local activation of cannabinoid CB₁ receptors in the urinary bladder reduces the inflammation-induced sensitization of bladder afferents. Molecular Pain. 7: 31
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