Receiving disobedience from the first men he had created, Kaang sent fire and destruction to Earth. He was met with such opposition in the world that he moved his abode from the earth to the top of the sky.
Kaang has many myths attached to him and could be considered an epic hero. In one myth, he was eaten by an ogre, who then vomited him back up. In another, he was killed by thorns and his boned picked clean by ants, but Kaang reassembled his skeleton and rose again.
Enhancement of presynaptic glutamate release and persistent inflammatory pain by increasing neuronal cAMP in the anterior cingulate cortex.(Research)(Clinical report)
Sep 29, 2008; Authors: Long-Jun Wu ; Hendrik W Steenland ; Susan S Kim ; Carolina Isiegas ; Ted Abel ; Bong-Kiun Kaang...