Subject: What are the chemicals between the spinal cord and brain that signal pain?
Date: Thu Jul 26 16:06:35 2001
Posted by Laura Bartran
Grade level: undergrad
School: Richland Community College
City: Richardson State/Province: TX
Country: United States
Area of science: Neuroscience
A chemical called prostoglandis activate the nerves that stretch from the limb
to the spine. When the nerve signals reach the spinal cord, another group of
nerves (what's the name of these nerves and chemicals?) passes the message to
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