Definitions

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  • noun A decreased sensitivity to painful stimuli.

Etymologies

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From hypo- + algesia

Examples

  • ASN Neuro - Inhibiting heat-shock 90 protein 90 reverses sensory hypoalgesia in diabetic mice

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  • "These studies provide the first evidence that targeting molecular chaperones reverses the sensory hypoalgesia associated with DPN," the authors wrote.

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  • "These studies provide the first evidence that targeting molecular chaperones reverses the sensory hypoalgesia associated with DPN," the authors wrote.

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  • More information: The article, "Inhibiting heat-shock 90 protein 90 reverses sensory hypoalgesia in diabetic mice," is available on the ASN Neuro site.

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  • This finding is in line with previous literature reporting hypoalgesia in defeated intruders

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  • It can be hypothesized that such hypoalgesia is a byproduct of a learning process deriving from the acquirement of social status.

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  • In the present study, we also report an effect of social status on acute pain, so that the repeated defeat experience reduced pain sensitivity (hypoalgesia) in the subordinate subjects.

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