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Papers: 1 Jun 2024 - 7 Jun 2024


Front Mol Neurosci



SIRT1-regulated ROS generation activates NMDAR2B phosphorylation to promote central sensitization and allodynia in a male chronic migraine rat model.


Zhang X, Zhang W, Wang Y, Zhang Y, Zhang D, Qin G, Zhou J, Chen L


Central sensitization is one of the pivotal pathological mechanisms in chronic migraine (CM). Silent information regulator 1 (SIRT1) was shown to be involved in CM, but its specific mechanism is unclear. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are increasingly regarded as important signaling molecules in several models of pain. However, studies about the role of ROS in the central sensitization of CM model are rare. We thus explored the specific process of SIRT1 involvement in the central sensitization of CM, focusing on the ROS pathway.