GTP cyclohydrolase and tetrahydrobiopterin regulate pain sensitivity and persistence

Irmgard Tegeder, Michael Costigan, Robert S. Griffin, Andrea Abele, Inna Belfer, Helmut Schmidt, Corina Ehnert, Jemiel Nejim, Claudiu Marian, Joachim Scholz, Tianxia Wu, Andrew Allchorne, Luda Diatchenko, Alexander M. Binshtok, David Goldman, Jan Adolph, Swetha Sama, Steven J. Atlas, William A. Carlezon, Aram ParsegianJörn Lötsch, Roger B. Fillingim, William Maixner, Gerd Geisslinger, Mitchell B. Max, Clifford J. Woolf*

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