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Nociceptive and pruriceptive neurons in the dorsal root ganglia (DRG) convey sensations of pain and itch to the spinal cord, respectively. A sub-population of these neurons, marked by Somatostatin (Sst) expression, is responsible for detecting the cytokine IL-31, a mediator of acute itch and atopic dermatitis. The mechanisms responsible for specifying this population are largely unknown. Here we show that Tmem184b, a gene with known roles in axon degeneration and nerve terminal maintenance, isdoi:10.1101/2020.01.25.919902 fatcat:shdupcixmnbh5pqxikkv3ihikm