Antinociceptive Properties of Pyridoxine

@article{Zimmermann1990AntinociceptivePO,
  title={Antinociceptive Properties of Pyridoxine},
  author={Manfred Zimmermann and Gerd D. Bartoszyk and Dieter Bonke and Ilmar Jurna and A. Wild},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1990},
  volume={585}
}
It is well established that pyridoxine and other B vitamins are essential for normal function of the nervous system, as experimental or pathological deficiency of B vitamins induces neurological abnormalities in man and other mammals,’-3 including severe chronic pain and other neurological sequelae. The neurological symptoms including pain usually are reversed by supplementation of B vitamins in the diet. However, clinical observations and controlled trials indicate that supply of pyridoxine… 
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