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Antiplexin D1 antibodies relate to small fiber neuropathy and induce neuropathic pain in animals

Fujii T, Lee EJ, Miyachi Y, Yamasaki R, Lim YM, Iinuma K, Sakoda A, Kim KK, Kira JI (2021) Antiplexin D1 antibodies relate to small fiber neuropathy and induce neuropathic pain in animals. Neurol Neuroimmunol Neuroinflamm 8(5):e1028. doi: 10.1212/NXI.0000000000001028

Summary: NeP patient-derived plexin D1-IgG selectively binds to isolectin B4-positive unmyelinated C-fiber type small DRG neurons that sense mechanical pain.

See: Tarpley JW et al. The behavioral and neuroanatomical effects of IB(4)-saporin treatment in rat models of nociceptive and neuropathic pain. Brain Res 1029(1):65-76, 2004.

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