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Effect of the transcranial noninvasive stimulation of antinociceptive brain structures on reparation processes


, : Effect of the transcranial noninvasive stimulation of antinociceptive brain structures on reparation processes. Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal SSSR Imeni I M Sechenova 73(2): 223-229

Transcranial electrical stimulation (AC + DC) of antinociceptive brain structures causing the maximal analgetic effect accelerated skin-wound healing in rats, the effect being completely blocked with naloxone. Participation of opioidergic, antinociceptive brain structures in wound healing and maintenance of structural homeostasis, is discussed.

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