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Feel Sensitive After Sunburn? This Gene May Be Why

News   Oct 11, 2018 | Original Press Release from the NIH

 
Feel Sensitive After Sunburn? This Gene May Be Why

NIH funded studies found that the PIEZO2 gene may control the skin’s reaction to injuries, like sunburns, that make gentle touches feel painful. Credit: Chesler lab, NCCIH.

 
 
 

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