Evidence for the involvement of endogenous ATP and P2x receptors in TMJ pain

Evidence for the involvement of endogenous ATP and P2x receptors in TMJ pain

Maria Cláudia G. Oliveira, Carlos Amílcar Parada, Maria Cecília Ferraz Arruda Veiga, Luciane Rocha Rodrigues, Silvana Pereira Barros, Cláudia Herrera Tambeli

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Evidence is accumulating which supports a role for ATP in the initiation of pain by acting on P2X receptors expressed on nociceptive afferent nerve terminals. To investigate whether these receptors play a role in temporomandibular (TMJ) pain, we studied the presence of functional P2X receptors in...

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Evidence for the involvement of endogenous ATP and P2x receptors in TMJ pain

Maria Cláudia G. Oliveira, Carlos Amílcar Parada, Maria Cecília Ferraz Arruda Veiga, Luciane Rocha Rodrigues, Silvana Pereira Barros, Cláudia Herrera Tambeli


										

Evidence for the involvement of endogenous ATP and P2x receptors in TMJ pain

Maria Cláudia G. Oliveira, Carlos Amílcar Parada, Maria Cecília Ferraz Arruda Veiga, Luciane Rocha Rodrigues, Silvana Pereira Barros, Cláudia Herrera Tambeli

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    European journal of pain

    Vol. 9, no. 1 (Feb., 2005), p. 87-93