Study hints at the potentially crucial role of shear stress in the activation of pain sensing neurons

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Feelings of pain and discomfort are crucial to the survival and evolution of animals, as they help to detect injuries or existential threats and pinpoint their location in the body. Pain signals are produced by nociceptors, sensory neurons that respond to damage to the body and send “threat” signals to the spinal cord.

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