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Sensory systems are important for organisms to interact with environmental stimuli. Signals from visual auditory and nociceptive stimuli are received from specialized peripheral sensory cells and interpreted in cortical regions of the brain. Use this page to find tools, protocols, pathways and articles to help with your sensory system research.

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Pain and itch: from the periphery to the spinal cord to the brain

Neil Andrews summarizes the presentations our Neurobiology of Pain and Itch meeting.

The neurobiology of pain and itch

Professors Allan Basbaum and David Julius tell us their thoughts on current pain and itch research.

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