MicroRNA expression profiles differentiate chronic pain condition subtypes.

@article{Ciszek2015MicroRNAEP,
  title={MicroRNA expression profiles differentiate chronic pain condition subtypes.},
  author={Brittney Pauline Ciszek and Asma Anis Khan and Hong Diem Dang and Gary Douglas Slade and Shad B. Smith and Eric Bair and William Maixner and Denniz A Zolnoun and Andrea Gail Nackley},
  journal={Translational research : the journal of laboratory and clinical medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={166 6},
  pages={
          706-720.e11
        }
}
Chronic pain is a significant health care problem, ineffectively treated because of its unclear etiology and heterogeneous clinical presentation. Emerging evidence demonstrates that microRNAs (miRNAs) regulate the expression of pain-relevant genes, yet little is known about their role in chronic pain. Here, we evaluate the relationship among pain, psychological characteristics, plasma cytokines, and whole blood miRNAs in 22 healthy controls (HCs); 33 subjects with chronic pelvic pain… CONTINUE READING
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