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Spinal lamina I is the first site in the central nervous system where somatic and visceral pathways monosynaptically converge onto projection and...
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A functional mouse Comt allele, associated with pain behaviour, increases Comt expression by inserting an early polyadenylation signal and removing...
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Hooijmans, Carlijn R.; Geessink, Florentine J.; Ritskes-Hoitinga, Merel; More
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