Dr. Da Silva Publications

  1. Da Silva JT, Freitas MF, Giorgi R, Flight S, Lavin M, Venning M, Mirtschin P, Chacur M. Analgesic effects of Naja kaouthia snake venom and its fractions on inflammatory pain are mediated by peripheral opioid receptors. Journal of Venom Research, In Press.
  2. Sosa JP, Da Silva JT, Burrowes SS, Yoo SY, Keaser ML, Meiller TF, Seminowicz DA. Time of day influences psychophysical measures in women with burning mouth syndrome. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2021.
  3. Da Silva JT, Tricou C, Zhang Y, Tofighbakhsh A, Seminowicz DA, Ro JY. Pain modulatory network is influenced by sex and age in a healthy state and during osteoarthritis progression in rats. Aging Cell, 2021.
  4. Da Silva JT, Tricou C, Zhang Y, Seminowicz DA, Ro JY. Brain networks and endogenous pain inhibition are modulated by age and sex in healthy rats. Pain,
  5. Oliveira ME*, Da Silva JT*, Brioschi, ML, Chacur M.Effects of photobiomodulation therapy on neuropathic pain in rats: evaluation of nociceptive mediators and infrared thermography. Lasers Med Sci, 2020. *Co-first authors.
  6. Rocha P, Ferreira A, Da Silva JT, Alves A, Martins DO, Britto L, Chacur M. Effects of selective inhibition of nNOS and iNOS on neuropathic pain in rats. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience, 2020.
  7. Da Silva JT, Seminowicz DA. Neuroimaging of pain in animal models: a review of recent literature. Pain Reports, 2019.
  8. Da Silva JT, Letzen J, Haythornthwaite J, Finan P, Campbell C, Seminowicz DA. Do chronic pain and comorbidities affect brain function in sickle cell patients? A systematic review of neuroimaging and treatment approaches. Pain, 2019.
  9. Ro JY, Zhang Y, Tricou C, Yang D, Da Silva JT, Zhang R. Age and sex differences in acute and osteoarthritis-like pain responses in rats. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 2019.
  10. Da Silva JT, Zhang Y, Asgar J, Ro JY, Seminowicz DA. Diffuse noxious inhibitory controls and brain networks are modulated in a testosterone-dependent manner in Sprague Dawley rats. Behavioural Brain Research, 2018.
  11. Da Silva JT, Evangelista B, Venega R, Seminowicz DA, Chacur M. Anti-NGF treatment can reduce chronic neuropathic pain by changing peripheral mediators and brain activity in rats. Behavioural Pharmacology, 2018.
  12. Santos FM, Da Silva JT, Rocha I, Martins DO, Chacur M. Non-pharmacological treatment affects neuropeptide expression in neuropathic pain model. Brain Research, 2018.
  13. Da Silva JT, Evangelista B, Venega R, Oliveira ME, Chacur M. Early and late behavioral changes in sciatic nerve injury may be modulated by nerve growth factor and substance P in rats: A CCI long-term evaluation. Journal of Biological Regulators & Homeostatic Agents, 2017.
  14. Giardini AC, Santos FM, Da Silva JT, Oliveira ME, Martins DO, Chacur M. Neural Mobilization Treatment Decreases Glial Cells and Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Expression in the Central Nervous System in Rats with Neuropathic Pain Induced by CCI in Rats. Pain Research and Management, 2017.
  15. Hubbard CS, Karpowicz JM, Furman AJ, Da Silva JT, Seminowicz DA, Traub RJ. Estrogen-dependent visceral hypersensitivity following stress in rats: an fMRI study. Molecular Pain, 2016.
  16. Da Silva JT, Santos FM, Giardini AC, Martins DO, Oliveira ME, Ciena A, Gutierrez V, Watanabe I, Chacur M. Neural mobilization promotes nerve regeneration by nerve growth factor and myelin protein zero increased after sciatic nerve injury. Growth Factors, 2014.
  17. Santos FM, Grecco L, Pereira M, Oliveira ME, Rocha P, Da Silva JT, Martins DO, Miyabara E, Chacur M. The neural mobilization technique modulates the expression of endogenous opioids in the periaqueductal gray and improves muscle strength and mobility in rats with neuropathic pain. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 2014.
  18. Santos FM, Da Silva JT, Giardini AC, Rocha P, Alves A, Britto L, Chacur M. Neural mobilization reverses behavioral and cellular changes that characterize neuropathic pain in rats. Molecular Pain, 2012.