*  Abdominal 2068506 | Role of NK1 and NK2 receptors in mouse gastric mechanical activity
Locks cells are the physical mechanoreceptors in these body organs. Directional deflections of lengthy microvilli (stereocilia ...
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*  Pann Nwe
We talked with Pann Nwe '17 about mechanoreceptors, mice, and preparing to make a difference.. What is your primary role in ... In vivo recordings, we found that those circumferential nerve endings are low-threshold mechanoreceptors, also known as Aβ ... You were co--published on the article "Genetic Identification of an Expansive Mechanoreceptor Sensitive to Skin Stroking" in ... Our research utilizes mouse genetics to characterize mechanoreceptors that are essential in providing information about touch, ...
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*  Mouse monoclonal to Fibulin 5 | Role of NK1 and NK2 receptors in mouse gastric mechanical activity
Locks cells are the physical mechanoreceptors in these body organs. Directional deflections of lengthy microvilli (stereocilia ...
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*  Gastric Motility - STEP1 Gastrointestinal - Step 1 - Medbullets.com
mechanoreceptors detect distension of the lower esophagus and the orad stomach by the food bolus and relay sensory information ...
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*  Mechanoreceptor - Wikipedia
Cutaneous mechanoreceptors can also be separated into categories based on their rates of adaptation. When a mechanoreceptor ... There are four types of mechanoreceptors embedded in ligaments. As all these types of mechanoreceptors are myelinated, they can ... Slowly adapting type I mechanoreceptors have multiple Merkel corpuscle end-organs. Slowly adapting type II mechanoreceptors ... Rapidly adapting type I mechanoreceptors have multiple Meissner corpuscle end-organs. Rapidly adapting type II mechanoreceptors ...
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*  A skin-inspired organic digital mechanoreceptor | Science
A skin-inspired organic digital mechanoreceptor. By Benjamin C.-K. Tee, Alex Chortos, Andre Berndt, Amanda Kim Nguyen, Ariane ... A skin-inspired organic digital mechanoreceptor. By Benjamin C.-K. Tee, Alex Chortos, Andre Berndt, Amanda Kim Nguyen, Ariane ... Tee et al. describe an approach to simulate the mechanoreceptors of human skin, using pressure-sensitive foils and printed ring ... We present a power-efficient skin-inspired mechanoreceptor with a flexible organic transistor circuit that transduces pressure ...
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*  Mechanoreceptor | definition of mechanoreceptor by Medical dictionary
... mechanoreceptor explanation free. What is mechanoreceptor? Meaning of mechanoreceptor medical term. What does mechanoreceptor ... Looking for online definition of mechanoreceptor in the Medical Dictionary? ... Related to mechanoreceptor: chemoreceptor, thermoreceptor. mechanoreceptor. [mek″ah-no-re-sep´ter] a nerve ending sensitive to ... mechanoreceptor (mi·kanˈ·ō·ri·sepˑ·t. r),. n a sense receptor activated by mechanical pressure (e.g., touch, massage) or ...
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*  Mechanoreceptor physiology | Department of Physiology and Pharmacology | Karolinska Institutet
The aim of our research is to determine how mechanical stimulus is converted to electrical activity or metabolic changes in different cell types, and how different ion channels participate in this process.
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*  Mechanoreceptors and Minimal Reflex Activity Determining Claw Laterality In Developing Lobsters | Journal of Experimental...
Mechanoreceptors and Minimal Reflex Activity Determining Claw Laterality In Developing Lobsters Message Subject (Your Name) has ... critical period with a substratum that could not be grasped or with reduced input from predominantly internal mechanoreceptors ...
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*  Halothane, Tracheal Compliance and Upper-airway Mechanoreceptors | Anesthesiology | ASA Publications
Halothane, Tracheal Compliance and Upper-airway Mechanoreceptors Susan K. Palmer, M.D.; Edward J. Zuperku, Ph.D.; Zeljko ... Halothane, Tracheal Compliance and Upper-airway Mechanoreceptors You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, ... Halothane, Tracheal Compliance and Upper-airway Mechanoreceptors. Anesthesiology 10 1978, Vol.49, 260-265. doi: ... Tracheal Compliance and Upper-airway Mechanoreceptors. Anesthesiology 1978;49(4):260-265. ...
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*  Sensation, mechanoreceptor, and nerve fiber function after nerve regeneration
Touch was affected by the number and function of regenerated fibers and mechanoreceptors. In contrast, tactile gnosis depends ... We have investigated the relationships between touch threshold, tactile gnosis, and mechanoreceptor and sensory fiber function ... The recovered function of regenerated peripheral nerve fibers and reinnervated mechanoreceptors may differentially influence ... including tactile stimulation of mechanoreceptors, were followed for 2 years, and results were compared to noninjured hands. ...
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*  GABAergic Excitation of Spider Mechanoreceptors Increases Information Capacity by Increasing Entropy Rather than Decreasing...
2005) Slow adaptation in spider mechanoreceptor neurons. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol 191:403-411. ... 2001) Frequency response functions and information capacities of paired spider mechanoreceptor neurons. Biol Cybern 85:293-300. ... Mechanoreceptor afferents entering the CNSs of vertebrates and invertebrates probably all receive presynaptic neuromodulation ( ... 1994) Sodium-dependent receptor current in a new mechanoreceptor preparation. J Neurophysiol 72:3026-3028. ...
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The mechanoreceptor used here is a member of the arthropod type I receptors (McIver, 1985; French, 1988), having bipolar ... Transduction in many mechanoreceptor neurons of both vertebrates and invertebrates occurs at the ends of fine dendritic ... Active Signal Conduction through the Sensory Dendrite of a Spider Mechanoreceptor Neuron. Ewald Gingl and Andrew S. French ... Juusola M, French AS (1998) Adaptation properties of two types of sensory neurons in a spider mechanoreceptor organ. J ...
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*  Stimulation of renal sympathetic activity by static contraction: evidence for mechanoreceptor-induced reflexes from skeletal...
We conclude that, in anesthetized animal preparations, mechanoreceptors with group III afferents contribute to the reflex ... Stimulation of renal sympathetic activity by static contraction: evidence for mechanoreceptor-induced reflexes from skeletal ... Stimulation of renal sympathetic activity by static contraction: evidence for mechanoreceptor-induced reflexes from skeletal ... Stimulation of renal sympathetic activity by static contraction: evidence for mechanoreceptor-induced reflexes from skeletal ...
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*  Blog on Optical Tweezers: Platelet clearance via shear-induced unfolding of a membrane mechanoreceptor
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*  Vagal mechanoreceptors of the inferior thoracic oesophagus, the lower oesophageal sphincter and the stomach in the sheep -...
The mechanoreceptors located in the inferior thoracic oesophagus were activated both by distension and contraction of the ... Vagal mechanoreceptors and chemoreceptors in mouse stomach and esophagus.. *A J Page. , C M Martin. , L A Blackshaw ... Vagal mechanoreceptors of the inferior thoracic oesophagus, the lower oesophageal sphincter and the stomach in the sheep. *. ... 3. The mechanoreceptors of the L.O.S. region were quite similar to oesophageal slowly adapting endings. However they often ...
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*  Sensory nervous system - Wikipedia
Mechanoreceptors[edit]. Main article: Mechanoreceptor. Mechanoreceptors are sensory receptors which respond to mechanical ... Certain receptors are sensitive to certain types of stimuli (for example, different mechanoreceptors respond best to different ... the majority of mechanoreceptors are cutaneous and are grouped into four categories:. *Slowly adapting type 1 receptors have ... stimulating a mechanoreceptor in a finger will send information to the brain about that finger). The duration of the stimulus ( ...
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*  Tensegrity II. How structural networks influence cellular information processing networks | Journal of Cell Science
Adhesion receptors as mechanoreceptors. It has been known for more than a century that mechanical forces influence pattern ... model is that it suggests that mechanoregulation is not based on changes in the activity of any single mechanoreceptor or ... that integrins receptors that physically couple the ECM to the internal cytoskeleton play a central role as mechanoreceptors ...
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*  Sensitivity to wheat, gluten and FODMAPs in IBS: facts or fiction? | Gut
Mechanoreceptor activation. Many different foods can evoke intestinal (luminal) distension, which, in the presence of visceral ... These mechanisms are at the base of mechanoreceptor and sensory nerve pathway activation ultimately responsible for commonly ... mechanoreceptor stimulation and chemosensory activation. Wheat is regarded as one of the most relevant IBS triggers, although ... mechanoreceptor activation via luminal distension associated with visceral hypersensitivity and altered motility, and ...
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*  Functions of the Integumentary System | Boundless Anatomy and Physiology
Mechanoreceptors are sensory receptors that respond to pressure and vibration. Four key types of mechanoreceptor have been ... Mechanoreceptors (pressure). Transmission of information from the receptors passes via sensory nerves through tracts in the ... There are four types of mechanoreceptors that respond to different pressure stimui and provide a wide range of mechanical ... Cutaneous mechanoreceptors. Provided by: Wikipedia. Located at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanoreceptor. License: CC BY- ...
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*  Anatomy Curriculum 2017
What are the structure, function, and location of the following: chemoreceptors, photoreceptors, and mechanoreceptors?. ... hearing and maintaining balance are performed by photoreceptors and mechanoreceptors, respectively. ...
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*  Site of stimulation effects on th... preview & related info | Mendeley
(2010) Planetta, Servos. Experimental Brain Research. The motion aftereffect (MAE) refers to the apparent motion of a stationary stimulus following adaptation to a continuously moving stimulus. There is a growing consensus that the fast adapting (FA) ...
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