Second messengers, the substantia gelatinosa and injury-induced persistent pain.

Abstract

Although there is now unequivocal evidence that the circuitry within the substantia gelatinosa is a major contributor to the transmission and control of nociceptive messages, this was not known 35 years ago, when Pat Wall first focussed attention on this region. In addition to being the target of neurochemically distinct nociceptors, this region contains a… (More)

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@article{PetersenZeitz1999SecondMT, title={Second messengers, the substantia gelatinosa and injury-induced persistent pain.}, author={K R Petersen-Zeitz and Allan I. Basbaum}, journal={Pain}, year={1999}, volume={Suppl 6}, pages={S5-12} }