Christine Kestler

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Intraganglionic laminar endings (IGLEs) represent the major vagal afferent terminals throughout the gut. Electrophysiological experiments revealed a modulatory role of ATP in the IGLE-mechanotransduction process and the P2X(2)-receptor has been described in IGLEs of mouse, rat and guinea pig. Another purinoceptor, the P2X(3)-receptor, was found in IGLEs of(More)
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