Pathological Pain: From Molecular to Clinical Aspects: Novartis Foundation Symposium 261

Pathological Pain: From Molecular to Clinical Aspects: Novartis Foundation Symposium 261

Editor(s): Derek J. Chadwick, Jamie Goode

Published Online: 7 OCT 2008

Print ISBN: 9780470869109

Online ISBN: 9780470869123

DOI: 10.1002/0470869127

Series Editor(s): Novartis Foundation

About this Book

This book brings together contributions from key investigators in the area of pathological pain. It covers the molecular basis of receptors and channels involved in nociception, the possible messages that cause neuropathic plasticity, spinal plasticity in neuropathy, plastic changes in opioid systems in neuropathy and opioid tolerance, and plastic changes related to pathological pain.

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 2

      Regulation Mechanisms of Vanilloid Receptors (pages 4–18)

      Makoto Tominaga, Mitsuko Numazaki, Tohko Iida, Tomoko Moriyama, Kazuya Togashi, Tomohiro Higashi, Namie Murayama and Tomoko Tominaga

    3. Chapter 4

      Ion Channel Activities Implicated in Pathological Pain (pages 32–46)

      John N. Wood, Bjarke Abrahamsen, Mark D. Baker, James D. Boorman, Emmanuelle Donier, Liam J. Drew, Mohammed A. Nassar, Kenji Okuse, Anjan Seereeram, Caroline L. Stirling and Jing Zhao

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