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Bevan Lab

About the Bevan Lab

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Studies in Stuart Bevan’s Lab are focused on sensory transduction in peripheral sensory nerves and associated tissues, and the cellular mechanisms of pain and analgesia.

These investigations are carried out using a combination of in vitro methods (microfluorimetry, electrophysiology, immunostaining and molecular biology) and in vivo behavioural measurements.

The current focus of the laboratory is on the roles of Transient Receptor Potential (TRP) channels in sensory transduction in normal physiology and in pathophysiological conditions including pain induced by neuropathy, inflammation, osteoarthritis and chemotherapy treatment.

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