Matthew A Stern

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It has been recently demonstrated that pain behavior in the mouse can be modulated by the presence of a conspecific, but what remains unclear is whether such pain behavior can serve the function of soliciting social approach. Using a novel social approach paradigm, we tested mice in various dyadic or triadic conditions, including "jailed" mice-some in pain(More)
The transformation of lymphocytes in vitro in the presence of human myelin basic protein has been investigated in normal people, patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and controls with other neurological diseases. There was little or no response at low concentrations (1--10 microgram/ml) but significant transformation at higher concentrations (100--1000(More)
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