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Biomedical Sciences - Neuroscience | Animal Models of Pain (Reviews)

Animal Models of Pain

Series: Neuromethods, Vol. 49

Ma, Chao, Zhang, Jun-Ming (Eds.)

2011, XII, 230p. 25 illus..

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From the reviews:

“This volume specifically covers animal models used to study different types of pain. … The book has a very specific audience -- neuroscientists studying pain physiology and investigators trying to develop new pharmacological interventions for pain. It also may help clinicians to develop a better understanding of the testing methods used to develop new drugs as in relationship to their efficacies. … It covers topics that are the backbone of the understanding and management of pain.” (Tariq M. Malik, Doody’s Book Reviews, March, 2012)

“This book critically describes the recent attempts to more directly model prevalent clinical pain syndromes to increase face and predictive validity of pain modelling tools. The book encompasses a total of 11 chapters, each written by authoritative researchers in the field. … Each chapter describes in detail how the models in question are developed. … appeal to scientists interested in understanding pain mechanisms and in the preclinical development of new analgesics, as well as clinicians aiming at advancing translation pain research.” (Debby Van Dam, Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, January, 2011)



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