*  Sensory Neurons: Definition & Function - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com
... you'll learn about sensory neurons and how they give rise to your five senses. Also, you'll explore the brain's role in ... The Structure and Function of Neurons 7:52 * Types of Neurons: Sensory, Afferent, Motor, Efferent & More 7:09 ... A neuron is a specialized type of cell that transmits signals. A series of neurons can send a signal from your little toe all ... Video: Sensory Neurons: Definition & Function. In this video, you'll learn about sensory neurons and how they give rise to your ...
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*  An In Vitro Adult Mouse Muscle-nerve Preparation for Studying the Firing Properties of Muscle Afferents | Protocol
Muscle sensory neurons are involved in proprioceptor signaling and also report on metabolic state and injury related events. We ... A suction electrode is placed onto the cut end of the nerve to record muscle sensory afferent firing. Individual neurons can be ... To identify an afferent as a spindle afferent, twitch contractions are given once every second (0.5 msec pulse width) to see if ... If the recorded afferent was a Group Ib Golgi tendon organ afferent, an increase in firing rate during the contraction would be ...
  https://www.jove.com/video/51948/an-vitro-adult-mouse-muscle-nerve-preparation-for-studying-firing
*  Mouse colon sensory neurons detect extracellular acidosis via TRPV1 | Cell Physiology
Age-related changes in afferent responses in sensory neurons to mechanical stimulation of osteoblasts in coculture system ... Acid-evoked currents in visceral DRG neurons.. Of the 26 LS DRG neurons labeled from the colon, 21 neurons (81%) responded to ... Acid-elicited currents in UL and DiI-labeled colon sensory neurons. A: representative responses of UL LS DRG neurons to pH 4.5 ... D: cell size distribution of dissociated lumbosacral (LS) DRG neurons labeled with DiI (colon, n = 21) and UL neurons (n = 39). ...
  http://ajpcell.physiology.org/content/292/5/C1768
*  The Primary Afferent Neuron | SpringerLink
The Primary Afferent Neuron: A survey oj recent morpho:functional aspects. H held in Zurich on March 24th. 1988 in connection ... As sCientific research on the primary afferent neuron is so extensive. it is impossible to take inventory of all the present ... This book is based on contributions presented at the symposion "The Primary Afferent Neuron: A survey oj recent morpho: ... shows how morphological research contributes to our present -day concepts of the primary afferent neuron. Although fundamental ...
  https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-4613-0579-8
*  Unmyelinated type II afferent neurons report cochlear damage | PNAS
Unmyelinated type II afferent neurons report cochlear damage. Chang Liu, Elisabeth Glowatzki, and Paul Albert Fuchs ... Loud sound progressively damages type I afferent neurons and OHCs (1). Once damaged beyond repair, these do not regenerate as ... In support of this hypothesis, sparse (∼5% of all spiral ganglion neurons) unmyelinated type II afferents can survive cochlear ... 2015) Type II spiral ganglion afferent neurons drive medial olivocochlear reflex suppression of the cochlear amplifier. Nat ...
  http://www.pnas.org/content/112/47/14723
*  Information about complex fingertip parameters in individual human tactile afferent neurons
... Saal, Hannes P ... Although information in tactile afferent neurons represented by firing rates has been studied extensively over nearly a century ... We conclude that information about tactile stimuli in timing of spikes in primary afferents, even if limited to the first ... Here, we used information theory to compare the information content in the discharges of 92 tactile afferents distributed over ...
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*  Role of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Activation in Injured and Intact Primary Afferent Neurons for Mechanical and Heat...
7D,E,I,J). In the L4 DRG of naive rats, 34.1 ± 2.7% of the neurons were TRPV1 mRNA-positive neurons. The number of neurons ... of the neurons were BDNF mRNA-positive neurons. The percentage of BDNF mRNA-positive neurons in the vehicle group at 7 d after ... Fukuoka T, Noguchi K (2002) Contribution of the spared primary afferent neurons to the pathomechanisms of neuropathic pain. Mol ... At least 250 neurons from each DRG of each rat were measured. The number of positively labeled DRG neurons was divided by the ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/24/45/10211
*  Information transfer rate of nonspiking afferent neurons in the crab. - Semantic Scholar
The S and T afferent neurons of the TCMRO convey signals to the CNS solely by means of graded changes in membrane potential. ... These nonspiking afferents transduce receptor movement and transmit this information with extremely high fidelity. The SNR of ... Intracellular recordings were made from the S and T afferents adjacent to the transduction site at the origin of the receptor ... The rate of information transfer of these afferents was determined by measuring the signal-to-noise ratio (SNuR) of these cells ...
  https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Information-transfer-rate-of-nonspiking-afferent-in-Dicaprio/86b65892f52bfc8d41c438bc8078ed1eccda31a1
*  What Are Afferent and Efferent Neurons? | Reference.com
Efferent neurons carry nerve impulses from the central... ... Afferent neurons are special nerve cells that are responsible ... What Type of Neuron Carries Information to the CNS?. A: Afferent neurons, also known as sensory neurons, carry sensory ... Afferent neurons are also known as sensory receptor neurons. For example, a touch stimulus creates a sensation in the brain ... These are neurons that form a connection between two or more neurons creating a complex network of neurons. They are also ...
  https://www.reference.com/science/afferent-efferent-neurons-a4740762375fa96a
*  Sensory Signal Transduction in the Vagal Primary Afferent Neurons | BenthamScience
CCK acted on both high- and lowaffinity CCK-A receptors present on distinct vagal primary afferent neurons. Neurons of the ... CCK acted on both high- and lowaffinity CCK-A receptors present on distinct vagal primary afferent neurons. Neurons of the ... which acts on the 5-HT3 receptors on vagal afferent fibers to stimulate vagal afferent neurons. Double-labeling studies ... which acts on the 5-HT3 receptors on vagal afferent fibers to stimulate vagal afferent neurons. Double-labeling studies ...
  http://www.eurekaselect.com/59960/article
*  Location of efferent sympathetic neurons and afferent neurons in spinal ganglia innervating the heart - Semantic Scholar
Labeled neurons within the stellate ganglion were located close to the point of departure of the nerves and more thinly ... Preganglionic neurons associated with sympathetic innervation of the heat were detected at segmental levels T1-T5 in the spinal ... Labeled neurons were diffusely located in the spinal ganglia, concentrated mainly at levels T2-T4. ... Location and numbers of neurons associated with sympathetic innervation of the heart within the right stellate and accessory ...
  https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Location-of-efferent-sympathetic-neurons-and-affer-Fateev-Zaikina/0ad917a99dc2cc94f02525f9c7a077335fce6ea8
*  Peptide immunocytochemistry in afferent neurons from lower gut in rats. - Semantic Scholar
Several peptides were detected in primary sensory neurons located in nodose and dorsal root ganglia and projecting from rat ... Peptide immunocytochemistry in afferent neurons from lower gut in rats.. *. Sylviane Chéry-Croze. , Albert Bosshard. , Heidi S ... article{ChryCroze1988PeptideII, title={Peptide immunocytochemistry in afferent neurons from lower gut in rats.}, author={ ... Somatostatin modulates mast cell-induced responses in murine spinal neurons and satellite cells.. *Joeri Van Op den bosch. , ...
  https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Peptide-immunocytochemistry-in-afferent-neurons-fr-Ch%C3%A9ry-Croze-Bosshard/833ecc16f0582b54a105f9dbb6d921e8ac29c375
*  Synaptic Reorganization in the Substantia Gelatinosa After Peripheral Nerve Neuroma Formation: Aberrant Innervation of Lamina...
Aberrant Innervation of Lamina II Neurons by Aβ Afferents Message Subject (Your Name) has forwarded a page to you from Journal ... Aberrant Innervation of Lamina II Neurons by Aβ Afferents. Ikuhide Kohama, Kuniko Ishikawa and Jeffery D. Kocsis ... Aberrant Innervation of Lamina II Neurons by Aβ Afferents ... Aberrant Innervation of Lamina II Neurons by Aβ Afferents. ... Rostral Ventromedial Medulla Neurons That Project to the Spinal Cord Express Multiple Opioid Receptor Phenotypes ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/20/4/1538.long
*  Opioid Modulation of Ventral Pallidal Afferents to Ventral Tegmental Area Neurons | Journal of Neuroscience
2012) Activation of VTA GABA neurons disrupts reward consumption. Neuron 73:1184-1194, doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2012.02.016, pmid: ... neurons within the VTA. The mean amplitude of the IPSCs onto confirmed TH(+) neurons was larger than onto TH(−) neurons (128.9 ... Opioid Modulation of Ventral Pallidal Afferents to Ventral Tegmental Area Neurons. Gregory O. Hjelmstad, Yanfang Xia, Elyssa B. ... Opioid Modulation of Ventral Pallidal Afferents to Ventral Tegmental Area Neurons. Gregory O. Hjelmstad, Yanfang Xia, Elyssa B. ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/33/15/6454
*  Comparison of primary afferent and glutamate excitation of neurons in the mammalian spinal dorsal horn | Journal of Neuroscience
Comparison of primary afferent and glutamate excitation of neurons in the mammalian spinal dorsal horn. SP Schneider and ER ... Comparison of primary afferent and glutamate excitation of neurons in the mammalian spinal dorsal horn ... Comparison of primary afferent and glutamate excitation of neurons in the mammalian spinal dorsal horn ... Comparison of primary afferent and glutamate excitation of neurons in the mammalian spinal dorsal horn ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/8/6/2062
*  "Sub-Populations of Smaller Diameter Trigeminal Primary Afferent Neuron" by Francisco J. Alvarez, H. R. Morris et al.
... and together the two populations can account for the great majority of unmyelinated trigeminal primary afferent neurons. ... Our results thus provide further evidence that unmyelinated primary afferents can be divided into peptide and non-peptide ... with most other known neuropeptides and can therefore be used as a general marker for peptide-containing primary afferents. In ... Sub-Populations of Smaller Diameter Trigeminal Primary Afferent Neurons Defined By Expression of Calcitonin Gene-Related ...
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*  Functional Organization of Crayfish Abdominal Ganglia: II. Sensory Afferents and Extensor Motor Neurons, NC DOCKS (North...
... sensory hair afferents, slow and fast extensor motor neurons, the segmental stretch receptor neurons, and their inhibitory ... Sensory Afferents and Extensor Motor Neurons. UNCG Author/Contributor (non-UNCG co-authors, if there are any, appear on ... Sensory Afferents and Extensor Motor Neurons. PDF (Portable Document Format). 4479 KB. Created on 5/2/2011. Views: 1889 ... Our description of the central projections of the hair afferents is the first in the literature. These afferents innervate the ...
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*  CCK-induced inhibition of presympathetic vasomotor neurons: dependence on subdiaphragmatic vagal afferents and central NMDA...
Verberne AJM, Saita M, and Sartor DM. Chemical stimulation of vagal afferent neurons and sympathetic vasomotor tone. Brain Res ... Only one neuron was studied in each experiment. CCK-sensitive RVLM presympathetic neurons are a subpopulation of the total ... CCK-induced inhibition of presympathetic vasomotor neurons: dependence on subdiaphragmatic vagal afferents and central NMDA ... CCK-induced inhibition of presympathetic vasomotor neurons: dependence on subdiaphragmatic vagal afferents and central NMDA ...
  http://ajpregu.physiology.org/content/287/4/R809
*  Cardiopulmonary sympathetic afferent input to lower thoracic spinal neurons. - Semantic Scholar
Eighty-two neurons located in the T7-T9 segments were tested for responses to electrical stimulation of CPS fibers. Activity of ... These neurons may participate in cardiac-abdominal visceral reflexes or the pain of cardiac origin that is referred to the ... The results demonstrate that CPS fiber stimulation alters activity of lower thoracic spinal neurons but not as intensely as SPL ... 55 neurons was altered; 37 were excited, 10 were inhibited, and 8 were both excited and inhibited. All 55 cells with CPS input ...
  https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Cardiopulmonary-sympathetic-afferent-input-to-lower-Ammons/014f861f5f70cc7110c64c76902e6d47acc5202d
*  Gating of vagal inputs by sciatic afferents in nonspinally projecting neurons in the rat rostral ventrolateral medulla...
Zagon, A. and Hughes, D.I. (2001) Gating of vagal inputs by sciatic afferents in nonspinally projecting neurons in the rat ... Gating of vagal inputs by sciatic afferents in nonspinally projecting neurons in the rat rostral ventrolateral medulla ... in each RVLM neuron that received convergent sciatic and vagal sensory inputs (n = 50). None of these neurons had direct spinal ... We have recently shown that sensory vagal and somato-sensory (sciatic nerve) inputs converge in neurons of the rostral ...
  http://eprints.gla.ac.uk/59277/
*  Neuronal | definition of neuronal by Medical dictionary
sensory neuron. Afferent neuron.. serotonergic neuron. A nerve cell that uses serotonin as its neurotransmitter. ... multipolar neuron. A neuron with one axon and many dendrites. peripheral neuron. A neuron whose process constitutes a part of ... unipolar neuron. A neuron whose cell body bears one process. upper motor neuron. A motor neuron (actually an interneuron) found ... central neuron. A neuron confined entirely to the central nervous system.. commissural neuron. A neuron whose axon crosses to ...
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*  Frontiers | Modulation of gastrointestinal vagal neurocircuits by hyperglycemia | Neuroscience
... cell bodies and central terminals of vagal sensory neurons, to modifying both the activity and synaptic responsiveness of ... cell bodies and central terminals of vagal sensory neurons, to modifying both the activity and synaptic responsiveness of ... central brainstem neurons. Unsurprisingly, significant impairment in gastrointestinal functions results occurs in ... central brainstem neurons. Unsurprisingly, significant impairment in gastrointestinal functions results occurs in ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnins.2013.00217/full
*  Tagebuch
HYPEREXCITABILITY OF AFFERENT NEURONS.... INNERVATING THE BLADDER IS ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCTION IN KV1.4 CHANNEL EXPRESSION IN ... PRIMARY AFFERENT ACTIVITY FROM THE IRRITATIVE BLADDER OF THE RAT. Ishihama H1, Kawatani M1, Ikeda M1, Momota Y1, 1. Akita ... RECEPTOR 2 INDUCES URINARY FREQUENCY VIA C-FIBER AFFERENT PATHWAYS IN RATS. Yukio Hayashi*, Pittsburgh, PA; Sawako Hamasaki, ...
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*  section 1. (5)Outline the role of the nervous system in detecting and responding to environmental changes Flashcards by...
what are the 3 types of neurons? 1. sensory/ afferent neurons. 2. interneurons. 3. motor/ efferent neurons ... o Serve as connectors of neurons. o Projection interneurons have long axons that join brain regions that are far from one ... receptors detect changes and transmit information about them in the form of electrochemical nerve impulses via sensory neurons ... processes this information and passes it onto the effectors via motor neurons ...
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*  Exam 2 Part three Flashcards by Chantelle Smith | Brainscape
1) Sensory neurons carry afferent (input) signals to the central nervous system. 2) Interneurons process info. in the CNS. 3) ... A very narrow space where the plasma membranes of the presynaptic neuron & postsynaptic neuron are separated. Separates the ... Describe the relationship and order of the sensory neurons, interneurons, & motor neurons ... gland or another neuron. -Nerve refers to a structure made up of the fibers of many neurons. These fibers are bundled up in ...
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