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The contributions we are making in the field of pain and CNS research. Want to know more? 

 

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Publications

 

Validation of a Gottingen Minipig Model of Post-Operative Incisional Pain: Castel D1, Schauder A2, Aizenberg I3 and Meilin S2* (2021)

 

Open-field and behavior score in PNT model for neuropathic pain in pigs: Castel, D., Sabbage, I., Peng, S. and Meilin, S. (2018). 

 

Porcine model of peripheral neuritis: translational platform for neuropathic pain: Rice, F., Castel, D., Ruggiero, E., Dockum, M., Houk, G., Sabbag, I., Albrecht, P. and Meilin, S. (2018). 

 

The effect of local analgesics on incisional pain in pig model: Castel, D., Sabbag, I., Meilin, S. (2017).  

 

Peripheral Neuritis Trauma in Pigs: Castel, D., Sabbag, I., Brenner, O., Meilin, S. (2016). 

 

PNT Model: Castel D., Sabbag I., Brenner O., Meilin S. (2016), Peripheral Neuritis Trauma in Pigs: A Neuropathic Pain Model. Journal of Pain, 17:36–49. doi:10.1016/j.jpain.2015.09.011

 

Characterization of a porcine model of post‐operative pain: Castel, D., Willentz, E., Doron, O., Brenner, O. and Meilin, S. (2014), Characterization of a porcine model of post-operative pain. European Journal of Pain, 18: 496–505. doi: 10.1002/j.1532-2149.2013.00399.x

 

4VO model: Meilin, S., Machicao, F., & Elmlinger, M. (2014). Treatment with Actovegin improves spatial learning and memory in rats following transient forebrain ischaemia. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine (8), 1623–1630. doi:10.1111/jcmm.12297

 

Treatment With Actovegin Improves Spatial Learning and Memory in Rats Following Transient Forebrain Ischemia: Elmlinger, M., Machicao, F., and Meilin, S. (2014).

 

Abstracts & Citations

Pig Diabetic Wound Healing: Chemokine-Capturing Wound Contact Layer Rescues Dermal Healing. Lucas Schirmer, Passant Atallah, Uwe Freudenberg, Carsten Werner. July 2021. Advanced Science.

 

4VO model: Practical Applications of in Vivo and ex Vivo MRI in Toxicologic Pathology Using a Novel High-performance Compact MRI System. Tempel-Brami C, Schiffenbauer YS, Nyska A, Ezov N, Spector, Abramovitch R, Maronpot RR. Toxicol Pathol. 2015 Feb 18. pii: 0192623314568390

 

CIPN model: HDAC6 Inhibition Effectively Reverses Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy

 

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