Differences in inflammatory pain in nNOS-, iNOS- and eNOS-deficient mice







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Boettger, Michael Karl, Nurcan Üceyler, Marek Zelenka, Angelika Schmitt, Andreas Reif, Yong Chen and Claudia Sommer (2007). Differences in inflammatory pain in nNOS-, iNOS- and eNOS-deficient mice. European Journal of Pain, 11(7). pp. 810–818. 10.1016/j.ejpain.2006.12.008 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/13661.

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Yong Chen

Associate Professor in Neurology

Dr. Yong Chen is an Associate Professor of Neurology at the Duke University School of Medicine.  He is also affiliated with Duke Anesthesiology-Center for Translational Pain Medicine (CTPM) and Duke-Pathology.

The Chen lab mainly studies sensory neurobiology of pain and itch, with a focus on TRP ion channels and neural circuits. The main objective of our lab is to identify molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying chronic pain and chronic-disease associated itch, using a combination of animal behavioral, genetic, molecular and cellular, advanced imaging, viral, and optogenetic approaches.  There are three major research areas in the lab: craniofacial pain, arthritis pain and joint function, and systemic-disease associated itch.

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