Differential effects of spinal (R)-ketoprofen and (S)-ketoprofen against signs of neuropathic pain and tonic nociception: Evidence for a novel mechanism of action of (R)-ketoprofen against tactile allodynia

M. H. Ossipov, T. P. Jerussi, K. Ren, H. Sun, F. Porreca

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Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutical Science