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  • Mogil, J.S., Pang, D.S.J., Dutra, G.G.S., and Chambers, C.T.  The development and use of facial grimace scales for pain measurement in animals.  Neurosci. Biobehav. Rev., 116:480-493, 2020.   (DOI:  10.1016/j.neubiorev.2020/07.013) ◊

  • Raja, S.N., Carr, D.B., Cohen, M., Finnerup, N.B., Flor, H., Gibson, S., Keefe, F.J., Mogil, J.S., Ringkamp, M., Sluka, K.A., Song, X.-J., Stevens, B., Sullivan, M., Tutelman, P., Ushida, T., and Vader, K.  The revised IASP definition of pain: concepts, challenges, and compromises.  Pain, 161:1976-1982, 2020.   (DOI:  10.1097/j.pain.000000000001939) ◊◊◊◊◊
  • Mogil, J.S.  Qualitative sex differences in pain processing: evidence of a biased literature.  Nat. Rev. Neurosci., 21:353-364, 2020.  (DOI:  10.1038/s41583-020-0310-6) ◊◊◊◊
  • Federico, C., Mogil, J.S., Ramsay, T., Fergusson, D., and Kimmelman, J.  A systematicreview and meta-analysis of pregabalin preclinical studies.  Pain, 161:684-693, 2020.   (DOI:  10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001749)
  • Mogil, J.S.  The translatability of pain across species.  Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B, 374:20190286, 2019.   (DOI:  10.1098/rstb.2019.0286
  • Mogil, J.S.  Stats: multiple experiments test biomedical conclusions.  Nature 569:192, 2019.   (invited correspondence)   (DOI:  10.1038/d41586-019-01454-6)              
  • Mogil, J.S.  Mice are people too: increasing evidence for cognitive, emotional and social capabilities in laboratory rodents.  Can. Psychol., 60:14-20, 2019.   (invited review)   (DOI:  10.1037/cap0000166)
  • Federico, C.A., Wang, T., Doussau, A., Mogil, J.S., Fergusson, D., and Kimmelman, J.  Assessment of pregabalin postapproval trials and the suggestion of efficacy for new indications: a systematic review.  JAMA Intern. Med., 179:90-97, 2019.  (DOI:  10.1001/jamainternmed.2018.5705) ◊◊◊
  • Tuttle, A.H., Philip, V.M., Chesler, E.J., and Mogil, J.S.  Comparing phenotypic variation between inbred and outbred mice.  Nat. Meth., 15:994-996, 2018.   (DOI:  10.1038/s41592-018-0224-7) †◊◊◊◊
  • Mogil, J.S.  Sex-based divergence of mechanisms underlying pain and pain inhibition.  Curr. Opin. Behav. Sci., 23:113-117, 2018.   (invited review)   (DOI:  10.1016/j.cobeha.2018.05.005)
  • Boerner, K.E., Chambers, C.T., Gahagan, J., Keogh, E., Fillingim, R.B., and Mogil, J.S.   The conceptual complexity of gender and its relevance to pain.  Pain, 159:2137-2141, 2018.   (DOI: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001275) ◊◊◊
  • Mogil, J.S.  Friends in pain: pain tolerance in a social network.  Scand. J. Pain, 18:343-344, 2018.   (invited editorial)   (DOI:  10.1515/sjpain-2018-0072) ◊◊
  • Tansley, S.N., Wong, C., Uttam, S., Mogil, J.S., and Khoutorsky, A.  Translational regulation in the spinal dorsal horn — a key mechanism for development of chronic pain.  Neurobiol. Pain, 4:20-26, 2018.  (DOI:  10.1016.j.ynpai.2018.03.003)
  • Lascelles, B.D.X., Brown, D.C., Maixner, W., and Mogil, J.S.  Spontaneous painful disease in companion animals can facilitate the development of chronic pain therapies for humans: osteoarthritis as a leading example.  Osteoarthr. Cartilage, 26:175-183, 2018.   (DOI:  10.1015/j.joca.2017.11.011)
  • Klinck, M.P., Mogil, J.S., Moreau, M., Lascelles, B.D.X., Flecknell, P.A., Poitte, T., and Troncy, E.  Translational pain assessment: could natural animal models be the missing link?  Pain, 158:1633-1646, 2017.  (DOI:  10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000978) †◊
  • Mogil, J.S.  John K. Belknap (1943-2017).  Genes Brain Behav. 16:489, 2017.   (invited obituary)  (DOI:  10.1111/gbb.12380)
  • Mogil, J.S.  Laboratory environmental factors and pain behavior: the relevance of unknown unknowns to reproducibility and translation.  Lab. Anim., 46:136-141, 2017.  (invited review)   (DOI:  10.1038/laban.1223)
  • Mogil, J.S. and Macleod, M.R.  No publication without confirmation.  Nature, 542: 409?411, 2017.  (invited commentary)   (DOI:  10.1038/542409a) †◊◊◊◊◊
  • Rosen, S., Ham, B., and Mogil, J.S.  Sex differences in neuroimmunity and pain.  J. Neurosci. Res., 95:500-508, 2017.  (invited review)   (DOI:  10.1002/jnr.23831) ††
  • Mogil, J.S.  Equality need not be painful.  Nature 535:S7, 2016.   (invited commentary)   (DOI: 10.1038/535S7a) †◊◊◊

  • Andrews, N.A., Latremoliere, A., Basbaum, A.I., Mogil, J.S., Porreca, F., Rice, A.S.C., Woolf, C.J., Currie, G.L., Dworkin, R.H., Eisenach, J.C., Evans, S., Gewandter, J.S., Gover, T.D., Handwerker, H., Huang, W., Iyengar, S., Jensen, M.P., Kennedy, J.D., Lee, N., Levine, J., Lidster, K., Machin, I., McDermott, M.P., McMahon, S.B., Price, T.J., Ross, S.E., Scherrer, G., Seal, R.P., Sena, E.S., Silva, E., Stone, L., Svensson, C.I., Turk, D.C., and Whiteside, G.  Ensuring transparency and minimization of methodologic bias in preclinical pain research: PPRECISE considerations.  Pain, 157:901-909, 2016.   (DOI:  10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000458)
  • Tuttle, A.H., Tohyama, S., Ramsay, T., Kimmelman, J., Schweinhardt, P., Bennett, G.J., and Mogil, J.S.  Increasing placebo responses over time in U.S. clinical trials of neuropathic pain.  Pain, 156:2616-2626, 2015.   (DOI:  10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000333) ††◊◊◊◊
  • Klein, S.L., Schiebinger, L., Stefanick,M.L., Cahill, L., Danska, J., de Vries, G.J., Kibbe, M.R., McCarthy, M.M., Mogil, J.S., Woodruff, T.K., and Zucker, I.  Sex inclusion in basic research drives discovery.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., U.S.A., 112:5257-5258, 2015.   (DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1502843112) †††◊
  • Kimmelman, J., Mogil, J.S., Dirnagl, U.  Distinguishing between exploratory and confirmatory preclinical research will improve translation.  PLoS Biol., 12:e1001863, 2014.  (DOI:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001863) ††◊
  • Martin, L.J., Tuttle, A.H., and Mogil, J.S.  The interaction between pain and social behavior in humans and rodents.  Curr. Top. Behav. Neurosci., 20:233-250, 2014.   (DOI: 10.1007/7854_2014_287)
  • Lotsch, J., Doehring, A., Mogil, J.S., Arndt, T., Geisslinger, G., and Ultsch, A.  Functional genomics of pain in analgesic drug development and therapy.  Pharmacol. Ther., 139:60-70, 2013.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pharmthera.2013.04.004)
  • Mogil, J.S.  Sex differences in pain and pain inhibition: multiple explanations of a controversial phenomenon.  Nat. Rev. Neurosci., 13:859-866, 2012.   (invited review)   (DOI: 10.1038/nrn3360) ♥††††◊◊
  • LaCroix-Fralish, M.L., Austin, J.-S., Zhang, F.Y., Levitin, D.J., and Mogil, J.S.  Patterns of pain: meta-analysis of microarray studies of pain.  Pain, 152:1888-1898, 2011.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2011.04.014) †††
  • Hadjistavropoulos, T., Craig, K.D., Duck, S., Cano, A.M., Goubert, L., Jackson, P., Mogil, J.S., Rainville, P., Sullivan, M., de C Williams, A, Vervoort, T. & Dever Fitzgerald, T.  A biopsychosocial formulation of pain communication. Psychol. Bull., 137:910-939, 2011.  (DOI: 10.1037/a0023876) ♥††††
  • Mogil, J.S., Davis, K.D., and Derbyshire, S.W.  The necessity of animal models in pain research.  Pain, 151:12-17, 2010.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2010.07.015) †††
  • Lariviere, W.R. and Mogil, J.S.  The genetics of pain and analgesia in laboratory animals.  Methods Mol. Biol. 617:261-278, 2010.  (invited review)  (DOI: 10.1186/1744-8069-7-55)
  • Mogil, J.S.  Animal models of pain: progress and challenges.  Nat. Rev. Neurosci.,  10:283-294, 2009.  (DOI: 10.1038/nrn2606) ♥†††††◊
  • Mogil, J.S., Simmonds, K., and Simmonds, M.J.  Pain research from 1975 to 2007: a categorical and bibliometric meta-trend analysis of every Research Paper published in the journal, PAINPain, 142:48-58, 2009.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2008.11.012)
  • Rice, A.S.C., Cimino-Brown, D., Eisenach, J.C., Kontinen, V.K., LaCroix-Fralish, M.L., Machin, I., Mogil, J.S., and Stohr, T.  Animal models and the prediction of efficacy in clinical trials of analgesic drugs: a critical appraisal and call for uniform reporting standards.  Pain, 139:241-245, 2008.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2008.08.017) †††
  • Greenspan, J.D., Craft, R.M., LeResche, L., Arendt-Nielsen, L., Berkley, K.J., Fillingim, R.B., Gold, M.S., Holdcroft, A., Lautenbacher, S., Mayer, E.A., Mogil, J.S., Murphy, A.Z., and Traub, R.J., the Consensus Working Group of the Sex, Gender, and Pain SIG of the IASP.  Studying sex and gender differences in pain and analgesia: a consensus report.  Pain, 132:S26-S45, 2007.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2007.10.014) †††††◊
  • LaCroix-Fralish, M.L., Ledoux, J.B. and Mogil, J.S.  The Pain Genes Database: an interactive web browser of pain-related transgenic knockout studies.  Pain, 131:3.e1-3.e4, 2007.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2007.04.041) ††  
  • Fortin, A., Diez, E., Henderson, J.E., Mogil, J.S., Gros, P., and Skamene, E.  The AcB/BcA recombinant congenic strains of mice: strategies for phenotype dissection, mapping and cloning of quantitative trait genes.  Novartis Found. Symp. 281:141-153, 2007.     (invited review)   (PMID:  17534071)
  • Mogil, J.S. and Chanda, M.L.  The case for the inclusion of female subjects in basic science studies of pain.  Pain, 117:1-5, 2005.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2005.06.020) †††◊◊
  • Dionne, R.A., Bartoshuk, L., Mogil, J., and Witter, J.  Individual responder analyses for pain: does one pain scale fit all?  Trends Pharmacol. Sci., 26:125-130, 2005.   (DOI: 10.1016/j.tips.2005.01.009) ††
  • Churchill, G.A., …Mogil, J.S., …et al.  The collaborative cross: a community resource for the genetic analysis of complex traits.  Nat. Genet., 36:1133-1137, 2004.  (DOI: 10.1038/ng1104-1133) †††††
  • Mogil, J.S. and Crager, S.E.  What should we be measuring in behavioral studies of chronic pain in animals?  Pain, 112:12-15, 2004.  (DOI: 10.1016/j.pain.2004.09.028) †††
  • Craft, R.M., Mogil, J.S., and Aloisi, A.M.  Sex differences in pain and analgesia: the role of gonadal hormones.  Eur. J. Pain, 8:397-411, 2004.   (invited review)   (DOI: 10.1016/j.ejpain.2004.01.003) ††††
  • Mogil, J.S.  Interaction between sex and genotype in the mediation of pain and pain inhibition.  Sem. Pain Med., 1:197-205, 2004.   (invited review)  (not MEDLINE indexed)
  • Abiola, A., …Mogil, J.S., …et al.  The nature and identification of quantitative trait loci:  a community’s view.  Nat. Genet. Rev., 4:911-916, 2003.   (invited review)   (DOI: 10.1038/nrg1206) ††††
  • Chesler, E.J., Rodriguez-Zas, S., and Mogil, J.S.  In silico mapping of mouse quantitative trait loci.  Science, 294: 2423, 2001.   (technical comment)  (DOI: 10.1126/science.294.5551.2423a)
  • Wilson, S.G. and Mogil, J.S.  Measuring pain in the (knockout) mouse: big challenges in a small mammal.  Behav. Brain Res., 125: 65-73, 2001.   (invited review)   (DOI: 10.1016/S0166-4328(01)00281-9) ††   
  • Mogil, J.S. and Pasternak, G.W.  The molecular and behavioral pharmacology of the orphanin FQ/nociceptin peptide and receptor family.  Pharmacol. Rev., 53: 381?415, 2001.   (*invited review)  (PMID:  11546835) ††††
  • Flores, C.A. and Mogil, J.S.  The pharmacogenetics of analgesia: toward a genetically-based approach to pain management.  Pharmacogenomics, 2: 177-194, 2001.   (*invited review)  (DOI: 10.1517/14622416.2.3.177)
  • Sternberg, W.F. and Mogil, J.S.  Genetic and hormonal basis of pain states.  Best Pract. Res. Clin. Anesthaesiol., 15: 229-245, 2001.   (invited review)  (not MEDLINE indexed)
  • Lariviere, W.R., Chesler, E.J., and Mogil, J.S.  Transgenic studies of pain and analgesia:  mutation or background genotype?  J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther., 297: 467?473, 2001.  (PMID: 11303031) ††
  • Mogil, J.S. and McCarson, K.E.  Identifying pain genes: bottom-up and top-down approaches.  J. Pain, 1 (Suppl. 1): 66-80, 2000.  (invited review)   (DOI: 10.1054/jpai.2000.9821)
  • Mogil, J.S., Yu, L., and Basbaum, A.I.  Pain genes?: natural variation and transgenic mutants.  Annu. Rev. Neurosci., 23: 777-811, 2000. (invited review)   (DOI: 10.1146/annurev.neuro.23.1.777) †††
  • Mogil, J.S.  The genetic mediation of individual differences in sensitivity to pain and its inhibition.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96: 7744-7751, 1999.   (DOI: 10.1073/pnas.96.14.7744) ††††
  • Mogil, J.S. and Kest, B.  Sex differences in opioid analgesia: of mice and women.  Pain Forum, 8: 48-50, 1999.  (invited commentary)  (not MEDLINE indexed)
  • Mogil, J.S., and Grisel, J.E.  Toward a functional characterization of orphanin FQ/ nociceptin: parametric and organismic considerations.  Eur. J. Pain, 2: 278-280, 1998. (invited commentary)  (DOI: 10.1016/S1090-3801(98)90024-6)
  • Mogil, J.S., Sternberg, W.F., Marek, P., Sadowski, B., Belknap, J.K. and Liebeskind, J.C.  The genetics of pain and pain inhibition.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA, 93: 3048-3055, 1996.  (invited review)  (DOI: 10.1073/pnas.93.7.3048) †††

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