Using single-cell mass cytometry to explore the somatosensory system’s development

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Humans perceive tactile information, including pressure, pain, itch, temperature, vibration and movements, thanks to an intricate network of neurons situated in the brain and spinal cord. This network, referred to as the somatosensory system, is now known to be composed of several different mature neuron populations situated in the dorsal root ganglia (DRG) and the spinal cord.

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