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- » Ascending and descending CNS pain pathways
- » Cancer pain
- » Functional mapping of pain (fMRI)
- » Gender and pain
- » Gene regulation and pain
- » Genetics of pain: animal and invertebrate models
- » Genetics of pain: human
- » G-protein-coupled receptor systems in the pain pathway: nonopioid peptide
- » G-protein-coupled receptor systems in the pain pathway: opioid peptide
- » Hyperalgesia
- » Inflammatory pain
- » Ion channels in the pain pathway: ligand-gated
- » Ion channels in the pain pathway: voltage-gated
- » Nerve injury and neuropathic pain
- » Peripheral pain transduction
- » Primary afferent nociceptors
- » Secondary messenger systems in pain
- » Spinal mechanisms of nociceptive neurotransmission
- » Visceral pain
In their commentary on this article, [http://f1000.com/prime/717999439#eval793475370 Mike Crowder and Ben Palanca] highlight the observation that functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) activations...
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