Glycine at the gate-from model to mechanism

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In this issue of Neuron, Foster etal. (2015) show that ablating, silencing, or activating spinal glycinergic inhibitory neurons with viral vectors all have dramatic effects on pain and itch. These results provide molecular insights into pain gate control and useful tools for the rapid analysis of other CNS circuits. In this issue of Neuron, Foster etal. (2015) show that ablating, silencing, or activating spinal glycinergic inhibitory neurons with viral vectors all have dramatic effects on pain and itch. These results provide molecular insights into pain gate control and useful tools for the rapid analysis of other CNS circuits.

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Zhao, J., & Wood, J. N. (2015, March 18). Glycine at the gate-from model to mechanism. Neuron. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2015.03.012

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