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Sensory Innervation in Porous Endplates by Netrin-1 from Osteoclasts Mediates PGE2-Induced Spinal Hypersensitivity in Mice

Spinal pain is a major clinical problem, however, its origins and underlying mechanisms remain unclear. Here the authors report that in mice, osteoclasts induce sensory innervation in the porous endplates which contributes to spinal hypersensitivity in mice. Read the abstract

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