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September 23, 2011

Volume 286Issue 38p32875-33708, e99967, le17-le19
Open Access
On The Cover: The spinal dorsal horn neuron receives input from excitatory glutamate-containing and inhibitory glycine-containing presynaptic terminals (glutamate and glycine are indicated by different colors). Nitric oxide simultaneously reduces glutamate release and increases glycine release onto the same dorsal horn neuron. These combined presynaptic actions of nitric oxide lead to attenuation of pain transmission at the spinal cord level. For details see the article by Jin et al., pages 33190–33202....
On The Cover: The spinal dorsal horn neuron receives input from excitatory glutamate-containing and inhibitory glycine-containing presynaptic terminals (glutamate and glycine are indicated by different colors). Nitric oxide simultaneously reduces glutamate release and increases glycine release onto the same dorsal horn neuron. These combined presynaptic actions of nitric oxide lead to attenuation of pain transmission at the spinal cord level. For details see the article by Jin et al., pages 33190–33202.

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