Gliotransmission modulates baseline mechanical nociception.

Foley, Jeannine C.
McIver, Sally R.
Haydon, Philip G.
2011

Abstract: Pain is a physiological and adaptive process which occurs to protect organisms from tissue damage and extended injury. Pain sensation beyond injury, however, is a pathological process which is poorly understood. Experimental models of neuropathic pain demonstrate that reactive astrocytes contribute to reduced nociceptive thresho... read more

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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/010075
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Foley, Jeannine, Sally R. McIver, and Philip G. Haydon. "Gliotransmission modulates baseline mechanical nociception." Molecular Pain 7, no. 1 (12, 2011): 1-5.
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