Simon Beggs

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University College London, London, United Kingdom 
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Moriarty O, Tu Y, Sengar AS, et al. (2019) Priming of adult incision response by early life injury: neonatal microglial inhibition has persistent but sexually dimorphic effects in adult rats. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Moriarty O, Harrington L, Beggs S, et al. (2018) Opioid analgesia and the somatosensory memory of neonatal surgical injury in the adult rat. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 121: 314-324
Mapplebeck JCS, Dalgarno R, Tu Y, et al. (2018) Microglial P2X4R-evoked pain hypersensitivity is sexually dimorphic in rats. Pain
Mapplebeck JC, Beggs S, Salter MW. (2017) Molecules in pain and sex: a developing story. Molecular Brain. 10: 9
Hildebrand ME, Xu J, Dedek A, et al. (2016) Potentiation of Synaptic GluN2B NMDAR Currents by Fyn Kinase Is Gated through BDNF-Mediated Disinhibition in Spinal Pain Processing. Cell Reports. 17: 2753-2765
Mapplebeck JC, Beggs S, Salter MW. (2016) Sex differences in pain: a tale of two immune cells. Pain. 157: S2-6
Beggs S. (2015) Long-Term Consequences of Neonatal Injury. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. Revue Canadienne De Psychiatrie. 60: 176-80
Sorge RE, Mapplebeck JC, Rosen S, et al. (2015) Different immune cells mediate mechanical pain hypersensitivity in male and female mice. Nature Neuroscience
Walker SM, Beggs S, Baccei ML. (2015) Persistent changes in peripheral and spinal nociceptive processing after early tissue injury. Experimental Neurology
Walker SM, Beggs S, Baccei ML. (2015) Persistent changes in peripheral and spinal nociceptive processing after early tissue injury Experimental Neurology
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