Functional differences between neurochemically defined populations of inhibitory interneurons in the rat spinal dorsal horn☆

@inproceedings{Polgr2013FunctionalDB,
  title={Functional differences between neurochemically defined populations of inhibitory interneurons in the rat spinal dorsal horn☆},
  author={Erika Polg{\'a}r and Thomas C.P. Sardella and Sheena Y.X. Tiong and Samantha Locke and Masahiko Watanabe and Andrew J Todd},
  booktitle={PAIN®},
  year={2013}
}
In order to understand how nociceptive information is processed in the spinal dorsal horn we need to unravel the complex synaptic circuits involving interneurons, which constitute the vast majority of the neurons in laminae I-III. The main limitation has been the difficulty in defining functional populations among these cells. We have recently identified 4… CONTINUE READING