Bellemer, Andrew

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A Pilot Study To Investigate The Effects Of Imperceptible Wrist Vibration On The Corticospinal Motor Excitability Of Healthy Adults 2016 546 The study investigated changes in corticomotor excitability of healthy adults with imperceptible white-noise vibration applied to the wrist. Previous studies have shown that the application of unperceivable white-noise vibration to the wrist induced ...
RNA-Processing Genes Control Sensory Neuron Function In Drosophila Melanogaster 2017 695 The goal of this study was to identify genes involved in regulating the function of class IV multidendritic neurons (nociceptors) integral to the detection of thermal, mechanical, and photic stimuli. We used Drosophila melanogaster larvae as a model ...
A Genetic Screen For Wnt Signaling Factors That Regulate Drosophila Melanogaster Nociception 2017 341 Nociception is the process by which sensory neurons in the periphery detect noxious stimuli and cause behavioral responses. The mechanisms behind the transduction of noxious sensory stimuli and the resulting behavior are still not fully known. In...
The Roles Of Gaq And Phospholipase C Beta In Regulating Mechanosensory And Thermosensory Behavior In Drosophila 2017 474 The ethics and appropriateness of speech-language pathology service provision to culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) individuals in largely monolingual countries has been called into question in the past several years. This paper outlines met...
The Role Of RNA-Binding Protein Pumilio In Regulation Of Nociceptive Sensation 2017 362 Nociception is the sensation of potentially tissue damaging stimuli, and is necessary for the survival of all animals. Without it, organisms would not be able to navigate their environment safely and efficiently, both avoiding potentially dangerous s...
Nociceptor Sensitivity In Drosophila Melanogaster Larvae Is Controlled By RNA-Binding Proteins 2018 109 Currently, there are significant gaps in understanding of the regulatory mechanisms involved in nociceptor sensitivity. Dysregulated nociceptor sensitivity is the likely pathogenesis in many types of chronic pain, a disease that ails over 100 million...
The Regulation Of parabss1 By spen And brm And Its Role In Seizure Susceptibility And Nociception Sensitivity In Drosophila 2019 18 Seizures are defined by abnormal and synchronous firing of neurons within the central nervous system and epilepsy is persistent, spontaneous seizures. Single gene mutations have been linked to several epileptic disorders with most mutations occurring...
Roles Of eIF4A And eIF4G In Drosophila Nociception 2019 46 Nociception refers to the detection of noxious mechanical, chemical, or thermal stimuli by specialized neurons called nociceptors. Sensitization of these nociceptor neurons in response to tissue damage or inflammation is a root cause of chronic pain....
Cellular Signaling Pathways Regulate Nociceptor Sensitivity To Noxious Stimuli In Drosophila Melanogaster Larvae 2019 25 Chronic pain is a major public health concern that affects about 100 million Americans, generates $600 billion in healthcare costs, and is a major cause of missed work. For these reasons, it is important to research the cellular mechanisms of sensory...