Gary Strichartz

Affiliations: 
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Persistent pain, Molecular and Cellular Mechanism
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Carla Nau post-doc Harvard Medical School
Richard Henderson post-doc 1970-1973 Yale (Evolution Tree)
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Garibyan L, Moradi Tuchayi S, Wang Y, et al. (2020) Neural Selective Cryoneurolysis with Ice Slurry Injection in a Rat Model. Anesthesiology
Kays J, Zhang YH, Khorodova A, et al. (2017) Peripheral Synthesis of an Atypical Protein Kinase C Mediates the Enhancement of Excitability and the Development of Mechanical Hyperalgesia Produced by Nerve Growth Factor. Neuroscience
Ohri R, Blaskovich P, Wang JC, et al. (2012) Prolonged nerve block by microencapsulated bupivacaine prevents acute postoperative pain in rats. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine. 37: 607-15
Huang L, Wang CF, Serhan CN, et al. (2011) Enduring prevention and transient reduction of postoperative pain by intrathecal resolvin D1. Pain. 152: 557-65
Feng B, Strichartz G. (2009) Endothelin-1 raises excitability and reduces potassium currents in sensory neurons. Brain Research Bulletin. 79: 345-50
Ji RR, Strichartz G. (2004) Cell signaling and the genesis of neuropathic pain. Science's Stke : Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment. 2004: reE14
Nau C, Strichartz GR. (2002) Drug chirality in anesthesia. Anesthesiology. 97: 497-502
Nau C, Wang SY, Strichartz GR, et al. (2000) Block of human heart hH1 sodium channels by the enantiomers of bupivacaine. Anesthesiology. 93: 1022-33
Vladimirov M, Nau C, Mok WM, et al. (2000) Potency of bupivacaine stereoisomers tested in vitro and in vivo: biochemical, electrophysiological, and neurobehavioral studies. Anesthesiology. 93: 744-55
Nau C, Wang SY, Strichartz GR, et al. (1999) Point mutations at N434 in D1-S6 of mu1 Na(+) channels modulate binding affinity and stereoselectivity of local anesthetic enantiomers. Molecular Pharmacology. 56: 404-13
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