Peripheral involvement of PKA and PKC in subcutaneous bee venom-induced persistent nociception, mechanical hyperalgesia, and inflammation in rats.

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The roles of central protein kinases A and C (PKA and PKC) in various pain states have intensively been investigated during the past decade. The aim of the present study was to investigate the peripheral involvement of PKA and PKC in persistent nociceptive response, evoked pain behaviors, and inflammation induced by subcutaneous (s.c.) injection of bee… (More)

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@article{Chen2008PeripheralIO, title={Peripheral involvement of PKA and PKC in subcutaneous bee venom-induced persistent nociception, mechanical hyperalgesia, and inflammation in rats.}, author={Hui-sheng Chen and Jing Lei and Xiang He and Fang Qu and Yang Wang and Wei-wei Wen and Hao-Jun You and Lars Arendt-Nielsen}, journal={Pain}, year={2008}, volume={135 1-2}, pages={31-6} }