Researchers Reveal How Gene Variant Is Linked to Chronic Pain After Traumatic Injury

Source: UNC School of Medicine

The study, led by UNC School of Medicine researchers, shows that the reason the variant affects chronic pain outcomes is because it alters the ability of the gene FKBP5 to be regulated by a microRNA.
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