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ALVARES Debie M

Entered:

1996

Current Position:

Qualified 2001

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Description of Project:

Molecullar, Cellular and Developmental Studies of Sensory Hyperinnervation following Neonatal Skin Wounding

PubMed-accessible Publications:

Reynolds,M., Alvares,D., Middleton,J., & Fitzgerald,M. (1997) Neonatally wounded skin induces NGF-independent sensory neurite outgrowth in vitro. Brain Res.Dev.Brain Res., %20;102, 275-283.

Alvares,D. & Fitzgerald,M. (1999) Building blocks of pain: the regulation of key molecules in spinal sensory neurones during development and following peripheral axotomy. Pain., Suppl 6:S71-85., S71-S85.

De Lima,J., Alvares,D., Hatch,D.J., & Fitzgerald,M. (1999) Sensory hyperinnervation after neonatal skin wounding: effect of bupivacaine sciatic nerve block. Br.J.Anaesth., 83, 662-664.

Alvares,D. , Torsney,C., Beland,B., Reynolds,M., & Fitzgerald,M. (2000) Modelling the prolonged effects of neonatal pain. Prog.Brain Res., 129:365-73., 365-373.

Hickman,S.J., Alvares,D., Crewes,H., Wise,R.J., & Gale,A.N. (2005) Seeing is not believing. Br.J.Ophthalmol., 89, 641-642.

Moss,A., Alvares,D., Meredith-Middleton,J., Robinson,M., Slater,R., Hunt,S.P., & Fitzgerald,M. (2005) Ephrin-A4 inhibits sensory neurite outgrowth and is regulated by neonatal skin wounding. Eur.J.Neurosci., 22, 2413-2421.