GABA and central neuropathic pain following spinal cord injury.

@article{Gwak2011GABAAC,
  title={GABA and central neuropathic pain following spinal cord injury.},
  author={Young S Gwak and Claire E Hulsebosch},
  journal={Neuropharmacology},
  year={2011},
  volume={60 5},
  pages={799-808}
}
Spinal cord injury induces maladaptive synaptic transmission in the somatosensory system that results in chronic central neuropathic pain. Recent literature suggests that glial-neuronal interactions are important modulators in synaptic transmission following spinal cord injury. Neuronal hyperexcitability is one of the predominant phenomenon caused by maladaptive synaptic transmission via altered glial-neuronal interactions after spinal cord injury. In the somatosensory system, spinal inhibitory… CONTINUE READING
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