New trends in pain research: from basic research to clinical translation

Berliocchi, Laura; Maiaru, Maria; Scuteri, Damiana; Corasaniti, Maria Tiziana; Bagetta, Giacinto
October 2012
Functional Neurology;Oct-Dec2012, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p253
Academic Journal
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