p38 MAPK, microglial signaling, and neuropathic pain

Abstract

Accumulating evidence over last several years indicates an important role of microglial cells in the pathogenesis of neuropathic pain. Signal transduction in microglia under chronic pain states has begun to be revealed. We will review the evidence that p38 MAPK is activated in spinal microglia after nerve injury and contributes importantly to neuropathic… (More)

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@article{Ji2007p38MM, title={p38 MAPK, microglial signaling, and neuropathic pain}, author={Ru-Rong Ji and Marc Rene Suter}, journal={Molecular Pain}, year={2007}, volume={3}, pages={33 - 33} }