Sensory innervation of the calvarial bones of the mouse.

  title={Sensory innervation of the calvarial bones of the mouse.},
  author={B{\'e}la Kosaras and Moshe Jakubowski and Vanessa M Kainz and Rami Burstein},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  volume={515 3},
Migraine sufferers frequently testify that their headache feels as if the calvarial bones are deformed, crushed, or broken (Jakubowski et al. [2006] Pain 125:286-295). This has lead us to postulate that the calvarial bones are supplied by sensory fibers. We studied sensory innervation of the calvaria in coronal and horizontal sections of whole-head preparations of postnatal and adult mice, via immunostaining of peripherin (a marker of thinly myelinated and unmyelinated fibers) or calcitonin… CONTINUE READING
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