The peripheral pro-nociceptive state induced by repetitive inflammatory stimuli involves continuous activation of protein kinase A and protein kinase C epsilon and its Na(v)1.8 sodium channel functional regulation in the primary sensory neuron

The peripheral pro-nociceptive state induced by repetitive inflammatory stimuli involves continuous activation of protein kinase A and protein kinase C epsilon and its Na(v)1.8 sodium channel functional regulation in the primary sensory neuron

Cristiane Flora Villarreal, Daniela Sachs, Mani Indiana Funez, Carlos Amilcar Parada, Fernando de Queiroz Cunha, Fernando de Queiroze Cunha

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In the present study, the participation of the Na(v)1.8 sodium channel was investigated in the development of the peripheral pro-nociceptive state induced by daily intraplantar injections of PGE(2) in rats and its regulation in vivo by protein kinase A (PKA) and protein kinase C epsilon (PKC...

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The peripheral pro-nociceptive state induced by repetitive inflammatory stimuli involves continuous activation of protein kinase A and protein kinase C epsilon and its Na(v)1.8 sodium channel functional regulation in the primary sensory neuron

Cristiane Flora Villarreal, Daniela Sachs, Mani Indiana Funez, Carlos Amilcar Parada, Fernando de Queiroz Cunha, Fernando de Queiroze Cunha


										

The peripheral pro-nociceptive state induced by repetitive inflammatory stimuli involves continuous activation of protein kinase A and protein kinase C epsilon and its Na(v)1.8 sodium channel functional regulation in the primary sensory neuron

Cristiane Flora Villarreal, Daniela Sachs, Mani Indiana Funez, Carlos Amilcar Parada, Fernando de Queiroz Cunha, Fernando de Queiroze Cunha

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    Biochemical pharmacology

    Vol. 77, no. 5 (Mar., 2009), p. 867-877