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Sciatic nerve transection produces death of dorsal root ganglion cells and reversible loss of substance P in spinal cord.

Sciatic nerve transection produces death of dorsal root ganglion cells and reversible loss of substance P in spinal cord. Brain Res. 1985 Apr 22; 332(2):209-18.

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