Jami L. Saloman
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Ablation of sensory neurons in a genetic model of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma slows initiation and progression of cancer
JL Saloman, KM Albers, D Li, DJ Hartman, HC Crawford, EA Muha, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (11), 3078-3083, 2016
Roadmap for the emerging field of cancer neuroscience
M Monje, JC Borniger, NJ D’Silva, B Deneen, PB Dirks, F Fattahi, ...
Cell 181 (2), 219-222, 2020
Can stopping nerves, stop cancer?
JL Saloman, KM Albers, AD Rhim, BM Davis
Trends in neurosciences 39 (12), 880-889, 2016
Gi-DREADD expression in peripheral nerves produces ligand-dependent analgesia, as well as ligand-independent functional changes in sensory neurons
JL Saloman, NN Scheff, LM Snyder, SE Ross, BM Davis, MS Gold
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (42), 10769-10781, 2016
Functional interactions between NMDA receptors and TRPV1 in trigeminal sensory neurons mediate mechanical hyperalgesia in the rat masseter muscle
J Lee, JL Saloman, G Weiland, QS Auh, MK Chung, JY Ro
Pain 153 (7), 1514-1524, 2012
The role of TRPA1 in muscle pain and mechanical hypersensitivity under inflammatory conditions in rats
J Asgar, Y Zhang, JL Saloman, S Wang, MK Chung, JY Ro
Neuroscience 310, 206-215, 2015
P2X3 and TRPV1 functionally interact and mediate sensitization of trigeminal sensory neurons
JL Saloman, MK Chung, JY Ro
Neuroscience 232, 226-238, 2013
Activation of peripheral delta-opioid receptors leads to anti-hyperalgesic responses in the masseter muscle of male and female rats
JL Saloman, KY Niu, JY Ro
Neuroscience 190, 379-385, 2011
Targeting a potassium channel/syntaxin interaction ameliorates cell death in ischemic stroke
CY Yeh, AM Bulas, A Moutal, JL Saloman, KA Hartnett, CT Anderson, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (23), 5648-5658, 2017
Peripheral group I metabotropic glutamate receptor activation leads to muscle mechanical hyperalgesia through TRPV1 phosphorylation in the rat
MK Chung, J Lee, J Joseph, J Saloman, JY Ro
The Journal of Pain 16 (1), 67-76, 2015
Artemin immunotherapy is effective in preventing and reversing cystitis-induced bladder hyperalgesia via TRPA1 regulation
JJ DeBerry, JL Saloman, BK Dragoo, KM Albers, BM Davis
The Journal of Pain 16 (7), 628-636, 2015
Profound alteration in cutaneous primary afferent activity produced by inflammatory mediators
KM Smith-Edwards, JJ DeBerry, JL Saloman, BM Davis, CJ Woodbury
Elife 5, e20527, 2016
Sex differences in the contribution of ATP-sensitive K+ channels in trigeminal ganglia under an acute muscle pain condition
K Niu, JL Saloman, Y Zhang, JY Ro
Neuroscience 180, 344-352, 2011
Systemic depletion of nerve growth factor inhibits disease progression in a genetically engineered model of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma
JL Saloman, AD Singhi, DJ Hartman, DP Normolle, KM Albers, BM Davis
Pancreas 47 (7), 856, 2018
Optogenetic activation of colon epithelium of the mouse produces high-frequency bursting in extrinsic colon afferents and engages visceromotor responses
PA Makadia, SA Najjar, JL Saloman, P Adelman, B Feng, JF Margiotta, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (25), 5788-5798, 2018
Animal models: challenges and opportunities to determine optimal experimental models of pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer
JL Saloman, KM Albers, Z Cruz-Monserrate, BM Davis, M Edderkaoui, ...
Pancreas 48 (6), 759, 2019
Clinically actionable strategies for studying neural influences in cancer
IE Demir, CM Reyes, W Alrawashdeh, GO Ceyhan, S Deborde, H Friess, ...
Cancer Cell 38 (1), 11-14, 2020
Future directions in preclinical and translational cancer neuroscience research
IE Demir, C Mota Reyes, W Alrawashdeh, GO Ceyhan, S Deborde, ...
Nature cancer 1 (11), 1027-1031, 2020
Intimate neuro-immune interactions: breaking barriers between systems to make meaningful progress
JL Saloman, JA Cohen, DH Kaplan
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 62, 60-67, 2020
Neuroimmunology of cancer and associated symptomology
NN Scheff, JL Saloman
Immunology and cell biology 99 (9), 949-961, 2021
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