Higerd-Rusli, G.P., Tyagi, S., Baker, C.A., Liu, S., Dib-Hajj, F.B., Dib-Hajj, S.D., Waxman, S.G., 2023. Inflammation differentially controls transport of depolarizing Nav versus hyperpolarizing Kv channels to drive rat nociceptor activity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120, e2215417120. https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2215417120
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Higerd-Rusli, G.P., Tyagi, S., Liu, S., Dib-Hajj, F.B., Waxman, S.G., Dib-Hajj, S.D., 2023. The fates of internalized NaV1.7 channels in sensory neurons: Retrograde cotransport with other ion channels, axon-specific recycling, and degradation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 299 * uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (DOC450) with primary rat DRGs (P2-4). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbc.2022.102816
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Higerd-Rusli, G.P., Alsaloum, M., Tyagi, S., Sarveswaran, N., Estacion, M., Akin, E.J., Dib-Hajj, F.B., Liu, S., Sosniak, D., Zhao, P., Dib-Hajj, S.D., Waxman, S.G., 2022. Depolarizing NaV and Hyperpolarizing KV Channels Are Co-Trafficked in Sensory Neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience 42, 4794.   https://doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0058-22.2022
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