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Statin use in mouse models show pain-alleviating effects for neuropathic pain.

Shi, Xiang Qun, Tony KY Lim, Seunghwan Lee, Yuan Qing Zhao, and Ji Zhang. Statins Alleviate Experimental Nerve-Injury Induced Neuropathic Pain. Pain. 2011; 152(5): 1033-43. https://insights.ovid.com/pubmed?pmid=21414721

Reference

Title
Statins Alleviate Experimental Nerve-Injury Induced Neuropathic Pain
Publication
Pain
Publication Date
2011
Authors
Shi, Xiang Qun, Tony KY Lim, Seunghwan Lee, Yuan Qing Zhao, and Ji Zhang
Volume & Issue
Volume 152, Issue 5
Pages
1033-43
URL
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