Inhibition of inactive states of tetrodotoxin-sensitive sodium channels reduces spontaneous firing of C-fiber nociceptors and produces analgesia in formalin and complete freund's adjuvant models of pain

David J. Matson, Darryl T. Hamamoto, Howard Bregman, Melanie Cooke, Erin F. DiMauro, Liyue Huang, Danielle Johnson, Xingwen Li, Jeff McDermott, Carrie Morgan, Ben Wilenkin, Annika B. Malmberg, Stefan I. McDonough, Donald A. Simone

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