Endogenous Opiates Regulating Pain Perception in the Aged Rat
The brain is a unique structure mediating the relationship between the environment and the “self”; the investigation of age related changes in cerebral functions is a major goal in the study of the aging process.
KeywordsPain Sensitivity Opiate Receptor Nociceptive Information Endogenous Opiate Altered Pain
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