Journals

  • Annals of Internal Medicine
    J. Wilson. The pain divide between men and women. March, 2006.
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  • BioTechniques
    E. Podolak. Facial expressions quantify pain in lab mice. May, 2010.
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  • British Medical Journal
    N. Hawkes. Painkillers "may need to be sex specific." February, 2000.
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  • Cell
    M. Koch. Making a difference in pain.  September, 2015.
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  • Journal of the American Medical Association
    T. Hampton. A world of pain: scientists explore factors controlling pain perception. November, 2006.
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    L. Lamberg. Venus orbits closer to pain than Mars, Rx for one sex may not benefit the other. July, 1998.

  • Journal of NIH Research
    K. Hopkin. Pain in the mouse: searching for pain's genetic roots. October, 1997. 
    N. Touchette. Estrogen signals a novel route to pain relief. April, 1993.

  • Lab Animal
    B.B. Gunderson.  Solving for (se)x.  September, 2015.
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  • Nature
    S. Pain. Painful progress. July, 2016.
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    E. Brown. Genetics: an incomplete mosaic. July, 2016.
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    J. Marchant. Strong placebo response thwarts painkiller trials. October, 2015.
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    Research Highlight: Male mice process pain differently. July, 2015.
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    A. Katsnelson. Male researchers stress out rodents. May, 2014.
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    D. Cressey. Rabbits show their pain. Sept. 7, 2012.
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    M. Baker. Animal models: Inside the minds of mice and men. July, 2011.
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    J. Weaver. Mouse pain study stirs debate. May, 2010.
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    M. Baker. The author file: Jeffrey Mogil. May, 2010.
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    J. Weaver. Mice pull pained expressions. May, 2010.
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    E. Hayden. Sex bias blights drug studies. March, 2010.
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    E. Marris. More pain studies needed. March, 2009.
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  • Nature Medicine
    E. Dolgin. Animalgesic effects.  November, 2010. 
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  • Science
    V. Morell. Rats see the pain in other rats faces. March 31, 2015.
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    D. Grimm. Male scent may compromise biomedical studies. May, 2014.
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    N. Akpan. Pain no deterrent for male libido. April, 2014.
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    G. Miller. Signs of empathy seen in mice. June, 2006.
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    J. Marx. Prolonging the agony. July, 2004. 
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    J. Marx. Why other people may not feel your pain. July, 2004.
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    C. Holden. Redhead's relief. April, 2003.
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  • Science Signaling
    E.M. Adler. Of stress, pain, gender and the arginine vasopressin receptor. December, 2011.
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  • Science Translational Medicine
    D. Lowe. The rising placebo effect. October 15, 2015.
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  • The Lancet
    J. Bradbury. Why do men and women feel and react to pain differently?  May, 2003.
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