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Molecular Pain
BioMed Central

Molecular Pain

Editors-in-Chief: J.G. Gu; M. Zhuo

ISSN: 1744-8069 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12990

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  • Only journal dedicated to the molecular aspects of pain
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Molecular Pain considers manuscripts in pain research at the cellular, subcellular and molecular levels. Molecular Pain provides a forum for molecular pain scientists to communicate their research findings in a targeted manner to others in this important and growing field. The field of molecular pain research has been rapidly expanding in recent years, and has great promise for the identification of highly specific and effective targets for theĀ  treatment of intractable pain.

Molecular pain research addresses physiological and pathological pain at all levels whilst integrating pain research with molecular biology, genomics, proteomics, modern electrophysiology and neurobiology.

Although several existing journals publish articles on classical pain research, none are specifically dedicated to molecular aspects of the field.

Related subjects » Medicine - Molecular Medicine

Impact Factor: 3.531 (2013) * 

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    Molecular Pain considers manuscripts in pain research at the cellular, subcellular and molecular levels. Molecular Pain provides a forum for molecular pain scientists to communicate their research findings in a targeted manner to others in this important and growing field. The field of molecular pain research has been rapidly expanding in recent years, and has great promise for the identification of highly specific and effective targets for theĀ  treatment of intractable pain.

    Molecular pain research addresses physiological and pathological pain at all levels whilst integrating pain research with molecular biology, genomics, proteomics, modern electrophysiology and neurobiology.

    Although several existing journals publish articles on classical pain research, none are specifically dedicated to molecular aspects of the field.

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