Cortical inhibition of laser pain and laser‐evoked potentials by non‐nociceptive somatosensory input

@article{Testani2015CorticalIO,
  title={Cortical inhibition of laser pain and laser‐evoked potentials by non‐nociceptive somatosensory input},
  author={E. Testani and D. Le Pera and C. del Percio and R. Miliucci and A. Brancucci and C. Pazzaglia and L. De Armas and C. Babiloni and P. Rossini and Massimiliano Valeriani},
  journal={European Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={42}
}
Although the inhibitory action that tactile stimuli can have on pain is well documented, the precise timing of the interaction between the painful and non‐painful stimuli in the central nervous system is unclear. The aim of this study was to investigate this issue by measuring the timing of the amplitude modulation of laser evoked potentials (LEPs) due to conditioning non‐painful stimuli. LEPs were recorded from 31 scalp electrodes in 10 healthy subjects after painful stimulation of the right… Expand
A spatiotemporal signature of cortical pain relief by tactile stimulation: An MEG study
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