nociceptive


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Related to nociceptive: allodynia, nociceptive reflex

no·ci·cep·tive

(nō'si-sep'tiv),
Capable of appreciation or transmission of pain. See: nociceptor.

nociceptive

(nō′sĭ-sĕp′tĭv)
adj.
1. Causing pain. Used of a stimulus.
2. Caused by or responding to a painful stimulus: a nociceptive spinal reflex.

nociceptive

[nō′sēsep′tiv]
Etymology: L, nocere, to injure, capere, to receive
pertaining to a neural receptor for painful stimuli.

no·ci·cep·tive

(nō'si-sep'tiv)
Capable of appreciation or transmission of pain.
See: nociceptor

no·ci·cep·tive

(nō'si-sep'tiv)
Capable of appreciation or transmission of pain.
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However, hypersensitivity to pain induced by NO donors temporally precedes iNOS expression that, therefore, appeared not to have a prominent role in the induction of the nociceptive behaviour observed in this model.
She said that there is little research to date to guide clinicians on whether to treat both nociceptive and neuropathic pain concomitantly, or whether treatment for neuropathic pain can be stopped if pain improves.
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Pain engrams": psychophysiologic investigations of memory traces of nociceptive information.
This test is a model of nociceptive response in two distinct phases involving different mechanisms.
The drug is thought to modulate the impact of serotonin on afferent nociceptive pathways and intrinsic motor function, according to GlaxoSmithKline.
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The vehicles used alone had no effects on the nociceptive responses in mice.
Capsaicin is thought to desensitize gastric nociceptive C fibers, which carry pain sensations to the central nervous system.
P2X3 receptor subunits are expressed specifically in so-called C-fiber afferent neurons in multiple organ systems including joints and hollow organs suggesting a high degree of specificity to the nociceptive system (the system in the human body that perceives pain).
In vehicle-treated controls, formalin induced a biphasic nociceptive face-rubbing behavioral response with an early first phase (0-5 min) and a late second phase (10-20 min) appearance, whereas capsaicin produced an immediate face-rubbing (grooming) behavior that was maximal at 10-20 min.