Thomas P. O'Neill

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Capsaicin has long been known to act selectively on a subpopulation of neurons to produce initial excitation, followed by a prolonged neuroinhibitory action commonly referred to as 'capsaicin desensitization'. This property has been exploited extensively as a tool with which to investigate the role of these nerves in the normal and pathophysiology of the(More)
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