Different distributions of the sensory and autonomic innervation among the microvasculature of the rat mystacial pad.

@article{Fundin1997DifferentDO,
  title={Different distributions of the sensory and autonomic innervation among the microvasculature of the rat mystacial pad.},
  author={Bengt T. Fundin and Kristian Pfaller and Frank L. Rice},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1997},
  volume={389 4},
  pages={545-68}
}
The regulation of the vasculature in the skin is a complex process involving both perivascular nerves and local endothelial-mediated control. In this study, the perivascular innervation in the mystacial pad of the rat was characterized based upon immunochemical and lectin binding characteristics and distribution. All of the innervation labeled with anti-protein gene product 9.5 (PGP 9.5), which was used in double- and triple-labeling combinations with the Griffonia simplicifolia lectin (GSA… CONTINUE READING

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