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Perceptions of touch, temperature, and pain inform us about our bodies’ condition and the world around us, and are critical determinants of our function, self-protection, comfort, and social interactions. This viewpoint provides a perspective on the 2021 Nobel Prize awarded to David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian for their breakthrough discoveries regarding the molecular mechanisms by which we sense and perceive such physically distinct stimuli.
Michael J. Caterina
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