Pain Receptors Likely Identified in Cochlea

Researchers have identified what they suspect to be pain receptors in the cochlea. The purpose of these type II afferent nerves coming from outer hair cells is unknown however recent research from Northwestern University and John Hopkins University suggest that these are likely pain receptors. See Potential Mechanisms: Pain Receptors for more information.

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