The TRPA1 ion channel activates pain pathways in response to noxious compounds. The structure of TRPA1 has now been solved, providing insight into how it functions. See Article p.511
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Clapham, D. Pain-sensing TRPA1 channel resolved. Nature 520, 439–441 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature14383