Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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ANALGESIC EFFECT OF THE ETHANOLIC STERCULIA GUTTATA EXTRACT IN THERMAL AND CHEMICAL MODELS OF NOCICEPTION IN WISTAR RATS
Dhaliya Salam A. , Preeja G. Pillai and Senthilkumar D
Abstract
A picture of the development of early sensory circuits in the growing dorsal horn of the spinal cord, and their capacity to receive nociceptive and non-nociceptive information, has been provided by peripheral and central nociceptive neurons route tracing electrophysiology. A group of specialised nociceptive afferents, which encode the severity of the experienced pain by their discharge strength, communicate acute mechanical, thermal, and chemically produced sensations in the skin. Recent research have discovered important molecular mechanisms for these processes. There hasn't been a successful therapeutic therapy for pain found in contemporary medicine as of yet. Many therapeutic plants remain unknown, and plant products are being examined to determine their ability to treat the impression of a painful or harmful stimuli.
Keywords
Sterculia guttata extracts, anti-nociceptive activity, anti-inflammatory activity thermal and chemical models.
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