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Na 1.6 regulates excitability of mechanosensitive sensory neurons.

Novel conorfamides from Conus austini venom modulate both nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and acid-sensing ion channels.

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.

Development of a high-throughput fluorescent no-wash sodium influx assay.

Development of an N-acyl amino acid that selectively inhibits the glycine transporter 2 to produce analgesia in a rat model of chronic pain.

A Centipede Toxin Family Defines an Ancient Class of CSαβ Defensins.

Buzz Kill: Function and Proteomic Composition of Venom from the Giant Assassin Fly (Diptera: Asilidae).

Transcriptomics in pain research: insights from new and old technologies.

A comprehensive portrait of the venom of the giant red bull ant, , reveals a hyperdiverse hymenopteran toxin gene family.

Novel analgesic ω-conotoxins from the vermivorous cone snail Conus moncuri provide new insights into the evolution of conopeptides.

Chemotactic responses of growing neurites to precisely controlled gradients of nerve growth factor.

The Somatostatin Receptor-4 Agonist J-2156 Alleviates Mechanical Hypersensitivity in a Rat Model of Breast Cancer Induced Bone Pain.

An SAR study of hydroxy-trifluoromethylpyrazolines as inhibitors of Orai1-mediated store operated Ca entry in MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells using a convenient Fluorescence Imaging Plate Reader assay.

Assessment of the TRPM8 inhibitor AMTB in breast cancer cells and its identification as an inhibitor of voltage gated sodium channels.

The E15R point mutation in scorpion toxin Cn2 uncouples its depressant and excitatory activities on human NaV1.6.

Pain-Causing Venom Peptides: Insights into Sensory Neuron Pharmacology.

Role of complement anaphylatoxin receptors in a mouse model of acute burn-induced pain.

Subtle modifications to oxytocin produce ligands that retain potency and improved selectivity across species.

Toxins in Neurobiology: New tools from old molecules.

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