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We are investigating peripheral neuro-inflammatory interactions, using trigeminal and dental injury models. Altered neuronal shape, cytochemistry and function occur for all parts of the sensory fibers. Central neuronal plasticity is also being recorded, especially related to opioid or neurotrophin mechanisms..
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