Mechanisms and Treatments of Dry SkinInduced itch

@inproceedings{Kamo2017MechanismsAT,
  title={Mechanisms and Treatments of Dry SkinInduced itch},
  author={A. Kamo and M. Tominaga and Y. Kamata and K. Takamori},
  year={2017}
}
  • A. Kamo, M. Tominaga, +1 author K. Takamori
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Itch sensation is provoked by the binding of itch inducing substances (pruritogens) to their cognate receptors (pruriceptors) on peripheral sensory afferents. [...] Key Result In comparison with single acetone treatment, continuous AEW treatment showed increased induction of scratching behavior, with the latter depending on the number of treatments.Expand Abstract
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