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    • 25 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 25 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 25 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 25 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 25 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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