Michael W. Salter, M.D., Ph.D. (University of Toronto)

Collaborator


2011-present
 

Michael Salter is one of world's foremost pain researchers, with expertise in cellular signaling mechanisms underlying chronic pain. Mike and Jeff are have collaborated on a very interesting sex difference involving neuroimmune control of chronic pain. Mike is the Chief of Research at SickKids Research Institute.

Co-Publications:

  • Sorge, R.E., LaCroix-Fralish, M.L., Tuttle, A.H., Sotocinal, S.G., Austin, J.-S., Ritchie, J., Chanda, M.L., Graham, A.C., Topham, L., Beggs, S., Salter, M.W., and Mogil, J.S. Spinal cord Toll-like receptor 4 mediates inflammatory and neuropathic hypersensitivity in male but not female mice.  J. Neurosci., 31:15450-15454, 2011.

  • Sorge, R.E., Trang, T., Dorfman, R., Smith, S.B., Beggs, S., Ritchie, J., Austin, J.-S., Zaykin, D.V., Vander Meulen, H., Costigan, M., Herbert, T.A., Yarkoni-Abitbul, M., Tichauer, D., Livneh, J., Gershon, E., Zheng, M., Tan, K., John, S.L., Slade, G.D., Jordan, J., Woolf, C.J., Peltz, G., Maixner, W., Diatchenko, L., Seltzer, Z., Salter, M.W. and Mogil, J.S.  Genetically determined P2X7 receptor pore formation regulates variability in chronic pain sensitivity.  Nat. Med., 18:595-599, 2012.
  • Cahill, L.S., Laliberte, C.L., Liu, X.J., Bishop, J., Nieman, B.J., Mogil, J.S., Sorge, R.E., Jones, C.D., Salter, M.W., and Henkelman, R.M.  Quantifying blood-spinal cord barrier permeability after peripheral nerve injury in the living mouse.  Mol. Pain, 10:60, 2014.

  • Sorge, R.E., Mapplebeck, J.C.S., Rosen, S., Beggs, S., Taves, S., Alexander, J.K., Martin, L.J., Austin, J.-S., Sotocinal, S.G., Chen, D., Yang, M., Shi, X.Q., Huang, H., Pillon, N.J., Bilan, P.J., Tu, Y., Klip, A., Ji, R.-R., Zhang, J., Salter, M.W. and Mogil, J.S.  Different immune cells mediate mechanical pain hypersensitivity in male and female mice.  Nat. Neurosci., 18:1081-103, 2015.
  • Mapplebeck, J.C.S., Dalgarno, R., Tu, Y., Moriarty, O., Beggs, S., Kwok, C.H.T., Halievski, K., Assi, S., Mogil, J.S., Trang, T., and Salter, M.W. Microglial P2X4R-evoked pain hypersensitivity is sexually dimorphic in rats. Pain, in press.


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