Illustration of peach-colored microglia among light blue neurons. Both cell types are illustrated with multiple jagged extensions coming out of a spherical cell body.
Mouse Immune Cells Destroy Nerves’ Coating, Causing Chronic Pain

A study suggests a way in which acute nerve injury could trigger an autoimmune response that leads to continuing pain in mice.

Mouse Immune Cells Destroy Nerves’ Coating, Causing Chronic Pain
Mouse Immune Cells Destroy Nerves’ Coating, Causing Chronic Pain

A study suggests a way in which acute nerve injury could trigger an autoimmune response that leads to continuing pain in mice.

A study suggests a way in which acute nerve injury could trigger an autoimmune response that leads to continuing pain in mice.

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