Calcium signalling in sensory neurones and peripheral glia in the context of diabetic neuropathies.

@article{Verkhratsky2014CalciumSI,
  title={Calcium signalling in sensory neurones and peripheral glia in the context of diabetic neuropathies.},
  author={Alexei Verkhratsky and Paul Fernyhough},
  journal={Cell calcium},
  year={2014},
  volume={56 5},
  pages={362-71}
}
Peripheral sensory nervous system is comprised of neurones with their axons and neuroglia that includes satellite glial cells in sensory ganglia, myelinating, non-myelinating and perisynaptic Schwann cells. Pathogenesis of peripheral diabetic polyneuropathies is associated with aberrant function of both neurones and glia. Deregulated Ca(2+) homoeostasis and aberrant Ca(2+) signalling in neuronal and glial elements contributes to many forms of neuropathology and is fundamental to… CONTINUE READING