Afferent Neurons: Advances in Research and Application: 2011 Edition: ScholarlyPaper

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ScholarlyEditions, Jan 9, 2012 - Medical - 25 pages
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The effect of ginkgo biloba on the rat retinal ganglion cell survival in the optic nerve crush model
Feedback modulation of transduction by calcium in a spider mechanoreceptor
Effect of resiniferatoxin on glutamatergic spontaneous excitatory synaptic transmission in substantia gelatinosa neurons of the adult rat spinal cord
Excitatory synaptic transmission in the spinal substantia gelatinosa is under an inhibitory tone of endogenous adenosine
Glycoconjugate Residues in a Subpopulation of Feline Taste Cells
Enhancement of GABAergic tonic currents by midazolam and noradrenaline in rat substantia gelatinosa neurons in vitro
TRPA1expressing primary afferents synapse with a morphologically identified subclass of substantia gelatinosa neurons in the adult rat spinal cord
Synaptic plasticity in the substantia gelatinosa in a model of chronic neuropathic pain
Mechanical receptorrelated mechanisms in scar management a review and hypothesis
The response dynamics of rabbit retinal ganglion cells to simulated blur
Ganglioside GT1b is a putative host cell receptor for the Merkel cell polyomavirus
alphaDystroglycan Is Essential for the Induction of Egr3 a Transcription Factor Important in Muscle Spindle Formation
Inhibitory neurones of the spinal substantia gelatinosa mediate interaction of signals from primary afferents
Mrgprdexpressing polymodal nociceptive neurons innervate most known classes of substantia gelatinosa neurons
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