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trigeminal nucleus caudalis), which can also explain vestibular symptoms in migraine patients [25, 39].
A similar pattern of expression was detected within thalamus and trigeminal nucleus caudalis.
Damage to the spinal trigeminal nucleus causes absence of pain on the ipsilateral side of the face as well as absent corneal reflex.
Pain signals from the periphery ascend to the trigeminal nucleus caudalis in the brainstem, at which point central sensitization occurs.
They found that the naked mole-rats had no activity in the trigeminal nucleus 6 a bundle of nerves in the brainstem that serves as a repository for sensory information, including pain -- in response to the acidic fumes.