SDHN

(redirected from Spinal Dorsal Horn Neuron)
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SDHNSpinal Dorsal Horn Neuron
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Chronic spinal nerve ligation induces changes in response characteristics of nociceptive spinal dorsal horn neurons and in their descending regulation originating in the periaqueductal gray in the rat.
In in vivo electrophysiological studies, activated glia contribute significantly to sensory neuronal hyperactivity, as evidenced by wind-up, the frequency-dependent facilitation of C-fiber activation in spinal dorsal horn neurons [135].
NO is produced in the spinal dorsal horn neurons in response to extensive nociceptive input thereby contributing to central sensitization and persistent pain [21,22].
Toyoda et al., "Calcium calmodulin-stimulated adenylyl cyclases contribute to activation of extracellular signal-regulated kinase in spinal dorsal horn neurons in adult rats and mice," Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Randic, "Excitatory and inhibitory amino acids and peptide-induced responses in acutely isolated rat spinal dorsal horn neurons," Neuroscience Letters, vol.