Lorne M Mendell

State University of New York, Stony Brook

I. Introduction

II. Unique Anatomical and Biochemical Properties of Nociceptors

III. Physiological Properties of Nociceptors in Different Tissues

IV. The Contribution of Nociceptors to the Subjective Perception of Pain

V. Membrane Properties

VI. Central Transmitter Action

VII. Transduction Mechanisms

VIII. Sensitization

IX. Development of Nociceptors

X. Plasticity of Nociceptors

XI. Conclusions

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