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Pathophysiology of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
Chemotherapy-induced neuropathy is a common, dose-dependent adverse effect of several antineoplastics. It can lead to detrimental dose reductions and discontinuation of treatment, and severely… Expand
NaV1.7 as a pain target - From gene to pharmacology.
Na(V)1.7, a subtype of the voltage-gated sodium channel family that is highly expressed in peripheral sensory neurons, remains one of the most promising targets for the treatment of pain. However,… Expand
Anti-allodynic effects of the selective NaV1.7 inhibitor Pn3a in a mouse model of acute post-surgical pain: evidence for analgesic synergy with opioids and baclofen.
Pain is the leading cause of disability in the developed world but remains a poorly treated condition. Specifically, post-surgical pain continues to be a frequent and undermanaged condition. Here, we… Expand
Inflammatory and neuropathic gene expression signatures of chemotherapy-induced neuropathy induced by vincristine, cisplatin and oxaliplatin in C57BL/6J mice.
- H. Starobova, A. Mueller, Jennifer R Deuis, D. A. Carter, I. Vetter
- The journal of pain : official journal of the…
Vincristine, oxaliplatin, and cisplatin are commonly prescribed chemotherapeutic agents for the treatment of many tumors. However, a main side-effect is chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy… Expand
A comprehensive portrait of the venom of the giant red bull ant, Myrmecia gulosa, reveals a hyperdiverse hymenopteran toxin gene family
- Samuel D. Robinson, A. Mueller, +6 authors Eivind A B Undheim
- Biology, Medicine
- Science Advances
- 1 September 2018
Characterization of the venom of an ant reveals a diverse and multifunctional hymenopteran toxin superfamily. Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) are diverse and ubiquitous, and their ability to sting is… Expand
Transcriptomics in pain research: insights from new and old technologies.
Despite significant advances in our understanding of the molecular basis of pain, the precise contributions of individual genes to our perception of this primal sensation remains incomplete. However,… Expand
Minocycline Prevents the Development of Mechanical Allodynia in Mouse Models of Vincristine-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
- H. Starobova, A. Mueller, R. Allavena, R. Lohman, M. Sweet, I. Vetter
- Front. Neurosci.
- 27 June 2019
Vincristine is an antineoplastic substance that is part of many chemotherapy regimens, used especially for the treatment of a variety of pediatric cancers including leukemias and brain tumors.… Expand
α-Conotoxin MrIC is a biased agonist at α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors.
- A. Mueller, H. Starobova, +7 authors I. Vetter
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biochemical pharmacology
- 15 March 2015
MrIC is a recently described selective agonist of endogenously expressed α7 nAChR. In this study, we further characterize the pharmacological activity of MrIC using Ca(2+) imaging approaches in… Expand
Mapping the Molecular Surface of the Analgesic NaV1.7-Selective Peptide Pn3a Reveals Residues Essential for Membrane and Channel Interactions.
- Alexander Müller, Z. Dekan, +7 authors I. Vetter
- Chemistry, Medicine
- ACS pharmacology & translational science
- 19 February 2020
Compelling human genetic studies have identified the voltage-gated sodium channel NaV1.7 as a promising therapeutic target for the treatment of pain. The analgesic spider-venom-derived peptide… Expand
Antiallodynic effects of the selective NaV1.7 inhibitor Pn3a in a mouse model of acute postsurgical pain: evidence for analgesic synergy with opioids and baclofen.
Pain is the leading cause of disability in the developed world but remains a poorly treated condition. Specifically, postsurgical pain continues to be a frequent and undermanaged condition. Here, we… Expand