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Fighting Pain Through Knowledge About Sensory Organs in the Fingertips

Jianguo Gu has unraveled how sensory information that is processed in the Merkel discs in fingertips is conveyed to the ending of a sensory nerve, the start of its journey to the brain. Such molecular understanding may help to treat the pain called tactile allodynia
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