Karine Bon, Ph.D. (INSERM U-161, France)

Postdoctoral Fellow
1998-2000

Cyclophosphamide Cystitis and Fos Expression

Currently Asst. Prof., UFR Sciences et Techniques, Universite de Franche-Comte

karine.bon@univ-fcomte.fr

 
  • Mogil, J.S., Wilson, S.G., Bon, K., Lee, S.E., Chung, K., Raber, P., Pieper, J.O., Hain, H.S., Belknap, J.K., Hubert, L., Elmer, G.I., Chung, J.M., and Devor, M. Heritability of nociception. II. 'Types' of nociception revealed by genetic correlation analysis. Pain, 80:83-93, 1999.
  • Mogil, J.S., Wilson, S.G., Bon, K., Lee, S.E., Chung, K., Raber, P., Pieper, J.O., Hain, H.S., Belknap, J.K., Hubert, L., Elmer, G.I., Chung, J.M., and Devor, M. Heritability of nociception. I. Responses of eleven inbred mouse strains on twelve measures of nociception. Pain, 80:67-82, 1999.
  • Bon, K., Wilson, S.G., Mogil, J.S., and Roberts, W.J. Genetic evidence for the correlation of deep dorsal horn Fos protein immunoreactivity with tonic formalin pain behavior. J. Pain, 3:181-189, 2002.
  • Bon, K., Lichtensteiger, C.A., Wilson, S.G., and Mogil, J.S. Characterization of cyclophosphamide cystitis, a model of visceral and referred pain, in the mouse: species and strain differences. J. Urol., 170:1008-1012, 2003.
Postdoctoral Fellow
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Currently Asst. Prof., UFR Sciences et Techniques, Universite de Franche-Comte

karine.bon@univ-fcomte.fr



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