Authors: Deepak Kumar, Erez Nitzan and Chaya Kalcheim
Published in Cell Communication and Signaling on June 2019
The Hebrew University's 82nd Board of Governors Meeting opening event, which took place on the night of Saturday, June 15, was held at the Goodman building for brain sciences.
The Mayor of Jerusalem, Mr. Moshe Leon, stated in his opening remarks that: "The Hebrew University is leading the way to Jerusalem's technological future".
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The sensation of pain protects organisms against potential dangers. This role is fulfilled by cell called nociceptive neurons – neurons devoted to pain. Nociceptive neurons convey noxious stimuli using electrical impulses, known as «spikes », from a peripheral tissue such as the skin and into the brain, where it is interpreted as pain. Pain intensity depends on the number of spikes: the more spikes in a short time, the more painful is the sensation. The conversion of a noxious stimulus into electrical signals originates in the terminals of the nociceptive neurons.
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