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  Dynorphin synthesis in rat spinal cord cells  
   
  Dynorphinsynthesis in rat spinal cord cells receiving input from the inflamed hindlimb v. spinal cord cells receiving input from contralateral limb.  
     
  Dynorphin synthesis in rat spinal cord cells receiving input from the inflamed hindlimb v. spinal cord cells receiving input from contralateral limb. From M. A. Ruda, M. J. Iadarola, L. V. Cohen, and W. S. Young III, In situ hybridization histochemistry and immunocytochemistry reveal an increase in spinal dynorphin biosynthesis in a rat model of peripheral inflammation and hyperalgesia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 85 (1988): 623.  
     
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