Sensory neurons, substance P release (capsaicin stimulation)NSNB-0001
Sensory neurons from newborn
Substance P release
ELISA / EIA
Capsaicin (0,3 µM)
Skin and cutaneous appendices > Skin inflammation and disorders > Atopic dermatitis > Inflammatory loop, chronicity and skin lesions
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