Concurrent Session 12: Pain: Inflammation and Mechanistic Insights, Effects on Modeling, Structural Changes Affecting Pain

Date/Time: Sunday, April 10, 2022 - 8:45 AM to 10:15 AM
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Non-Coding RNA Signature in Painful Knee OA
Lars Arendt-Nielsen, PhD

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    IMMUNE CELL CHARACTERIZATION OF KNEE-INNERVATING DORSAL ROOT GANGLIA IN A MURINE MODEL OF OSTEOARTHRITIS
    Terese Geraghty, PhD, Rush University Medical Center

    92
    HUMAN SPECIFIC DUPLICATE CHRFAM7A GENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH MORE SEVERE OSTEOARTHRITIS AND MODULATES GENERAL BASELINE FOR PAIN BEHAVIORS
    Alice Courties, MD, PhD, The Scripps Research Institute

    93
    SYNOVIAL AND SUBCHONDRAL BONE NEUROPLASTICITY IN FOUR MOUSE MODELS OF KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS.
    Alia M. Obeidat, PhD, Rush University Medical Center

    V-94
    GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY OF PRIMARY KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS PATIENTS IDENTIFIED MELANOCORTIN 5 RECEPTOR AS A CANDIDATE GENE FOR REFRACTORY KNEE PAIN
    Christie A. Costello, B. Sc. (Hons), Memorial University of Newfoundland

    V-95
    TIME COURSE AND LOCALIZATION OF NERVE GROWTH FACTOR EXPRESSION AND SENSORY NERVE GROWTH DURING PROGRESSION OF KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS IN RATS
    Koji Aso, MD, PhD, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kochi Medical School, Kochi University

    V-96
    TARGETED INHIBITION OF STAT-SIGNALING IN SYNOVIAL MACROPHAGES IN EXPERIMENTAL POST-TRAUMATIC KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS REDUCES PAIN AND INFLAMMATION
    Garth Blackler, Western University

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