Researchers develop mice whose pain sensitivity changes with light

02/26/2014 | Gizmag

Stanford University researchers used a neuromodulation technique called optogenetics to create mice with pain sensitivities that can be altered by shining different colored lights on their paws. The goal of the research is to gain a better understanding of pain and some clues about why people feel pain differently.

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