Visceral Pain Research Group

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Research Output

Histamine induces peripheral and central hypersensitivity to bladder distension via the histamine H1 receptor and TRPV1

Grundy, L., Caldwell, A., Garcia Caraballo, S., Erickson, A., Schober, G., Castro Kraftchenko, J., Harrington, A. & Brierley, S. M., 1 Feb 2020, In : American journal of physiology. Renal physiology. 318, 2, p. F298-F314

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Innate immune response to bacterial urinary tract infection sensitises high-threshold bladder afferents and recruits silent nociceptors

Brierley, S., Goh, K. G. K., Sullivan, M. J., Moore, K. H., Ulett, G. C. & Grundy, L., 1 Jan 2020, In : Pain. 161, 1, p. 202-210 9 p.

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Activation of pruritogenic TGR5, MRGPRA3, and MRGPRC11 on colon-innervating afferents induces visceral hypersensitivity

Castro Kraftchenko, J., Harrington, A., Lieu, T. M., Garcia-Caraballo, S., Maddern, J., Schober, G., O'Donnell, T., Grundy, L., Lumsden, A., Miller, P., Ghetti, A., Steinhoff, M. S., Poole, D. P., Dong, X., Chang, L., Bunnett, N. W. & Brierley, S. M., 17 Oct 2019, In : JCI Insight. 4, 20, e131712.

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