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The control of tonic pain by active relief learning
Suyi Zhang et al.
The brain has a central cortico-striatal learning circuit that suppresses ongoing pain after injury when actively learning about things that could remove the cause of the pain.
Correction: Quantification of gait parameters in freely walking wild type and sensory deprived
César S Mendes et al.
Development: How do babies feel pain?
Manon Ranger, Ruth E Grunau
Quantification of gait parameters in freely walking wild type and sensory deprived
César S Mendes et al.
Novel imaging experiments suggest that fruit flies modify their neural circuitry for walking at slow, medium and fast speeds, and that proprioception is not essential for coordinated walking.
Computational and Systems Biology
Olfactory receptor neurons use gain control and complementary kinetics to encode intermittent odorant stimuli
Srinivas Gorur-Shandilya et al.
Olfactory receptor neurons adapt to odorant mean and variance and use complementary kinetics to preserve the timing of odorant encounters, despite adaptation slowing down transduction.
Revealing a novel nociceptive network that links the subthalamic nucleus to pain processing
Arnaud Pautrat et al.
The subthalamic nucleus is linked to a nociceptive network and involved in nociceptive processing and perception.
Optical control of pain
with a photoactive mGlu
receptor negative allosteric modulator
Joan Font et al.
Localized drug photoactivation provides light-mediated analgesia in behaving mice.
Fabry Disease: Ion channels and neuropathic pain
Madeleine C Klein, Anne Louise Oaklander
Pain behaviors in a Fabry mouse model are associated with the accumulation of a fat molecule that disrupts sodium ion channels in small fiber neurons.
Criticality and degeneracy in injury-induced changes in primary afferent excitability and the implications for neuropathic pain
Stéphanie Ratté et al.
No single molecular change is uniquely necessary to cause neuropathic changes in primary afferent excitability; multiple different changes are sufficient.
The signaling lipid sphingosine 1-phosphate regulates mechanical pain
Rose Z Hill et al.
Constitutive sphingosine 1-phosphate signaling via the G-protein coupled receptor S1PR3 in mechanonociceptive somatosensory neurons is required for normal behavioral responses to noxious mechanical stimuli.
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