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AuthorMachelska, Halina
TitleImmune mechanisms of pain and analgesia [electronic resource] / [edited by] Halina Machelska, Christoph Stein
Imprint Georgetown, Tex. : Landes Bioscience/ ; New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, c2003
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Descript 163 p. : ill


Glial proinflammatory cytokines mediate exaggerated pain states: implications for clinical pain / Linda R. Watkins, Erin D. Milligan, and Steven F. Maier -- Peripheral hyperalgesic cytokines / Fernando Q. Cunha and Sergio H. Ferreira -- Cytokines and peripheral analgesia / Michael Schfer -- Opioid peptides in immune cells / Eric M. Smith -- Opioid receptors on peripheral sensory neurons / Christoph Stein -- Morphological correlates of immune-mediated peripheral opioid analgesia / Shaaban A. Mousa -- Functional evidence of pain control by the immune system / Halina Machelska -- Opioid receptor expression and intracellular signaling by cells involved in host defense and immunity / Burt M. Sharp -- Experimental evidence for immunomodulatory effects of opioids / Paola Sacerdote, Elena Limiroli and Leda Gaspani -- The immune-suppressive effects of pain / Gayle G. Page -- Invertebrate opiate immune and neural signaling / George B. Stefano ... [et al.] -- Anti-inflammatory effects of opioids / Judith S. Walker

Pain -- immunology Analgesia Immune System -- physiology Pain -- Immunological aspects Analgesia Cytokines Opioids -- Receptors Electronic books.


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