Lin, S. H., Cheng, Y. R., Banks, R. W., Min ,M. Y., Bewick, G. S., and Chen, C. C. Evidence for the involvement of ASIC3 in sensory mechanotransduction in proprioceptors. Nature Communications 2016; 7: 11460. acess

Sun W. H.and Chen C. C. Roles of Proton-Sensing Ion Receptors in the Transition from Acute to Chronic Pain. Journal of Dental Research 2016; 95: 135-142. acess

Liang, C. C, Lu, T. L., Yu, Y. R., You, L. R. and Chen, C. M. ß-Catenin activation drives thymoma initiation and progression in mice. Oncotarget 2015; 6:13978-13993. acess

Lu, T. L. and Chen, C. M. Differential Requirements for ß-Catenin in Murine Prostate Cancer Originating from Basal versus Luminal Cells. J Pathol. 2015; 236(3):290-301.acess

Hung C. H. and Chen C. C. Current challenges of research into fibromyalgia: from clinical studies to animal models. Fibrom open 2015; 1: e103. acess

Liu K. M., Chen Y. J., Shen L. F., Haddad A. N., Song I. W., Chen L. Y., Chen Y. J., Wu J. Y., Yen J. J., Chen Y. T. Cyclic Alopecia and Abnormal Epidermal Cornification in Zdhhc13-Deficient Mice Reveal the Importance of Palmitoylation in Hair and Skin Differentiation. J Invest Dermatol. 2015;135(11):2603-2610.acess

Kuo W. Y., Wu C. Y., Hwu L., Lee J. S., Tsai C. H., Lin K. P., Wang H. E., Chou T. Y., Tsai C. M., Gelovani J., Liu R. S. Enhancement of tumor initiation and expression of KCNMA1, MORF4L2 and ASPM genes in the adenocarcinoma of lung xenograft after vorinostat treatment. Oncotarget. 2015;6(11):8663-8675. acess

Lin S. H., Chien Y. C., Chiang W. W., Liu Y. Z., Lien C. C., and Chen C. C. Genetic mapping of ASIC4 and contrasting phenotypes to ASIC1a in modulating innate fear and anxiety. European Journal of Neuroscience. 2015;41(12):1553-1568.acess

Fong S. W., Chen W. N., and Chen C. C. Is Acid Painful or not? Itch & Pain 2015; 2: e721. doi: 10.14800/ip.721. acess

Lin Y. W., and Chen C. C.  Electrophysiological characteristics of IB4-negative TRPV1-expressing muscle afferent DRG neurons. Biophysics. 2015; 11: 9-16. doi: 10.2142/biophysics.11.9.acess