Sickle cell disease in mice is associated with sensitization of sensory nerve fibers
Experimental Biology and Medicine
Volume 240, Issue 1
Anemia, Sickle Cell--complications; Nerve Fibers--physiology; Sensation Disorders--etiology; Sensation Disorders--physiopathology
Kenyon, N., Wang, L., Spornick, N., Khaibullina, A., Almeida, L.E., Cheng, Y. et al. (2014). Sickle cell disease in mice is associated with sensitization of sensory nerve fibers. Experimental Biology and Medicine, 240(1), 87-98.