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Feng, Jing; Yang, Pu; Mack, Madison R.; Dryn, Dariia; Luo, Jialie; Gong, Xuan; Liu, Shenbin; Oetjen, Landon K.; Zholos, Alexander V.; Mei, Zhinan; Yin, Shijin; Kim, Brian S.; and Hu, Hongzhen, ,"Sensory TRP channels contribute differentially to skin inflammation and persistent itch." Nature Communications.8,. . (2017).