Iteration of high-frequency stimulation enhances long-lasting excitatory responses in the spinal dorsal horn of rats: characterization by optical imaging of signal propagation.

@article{Ogawa2007IterationOH,
  title={Iteration of high-frequency stimulation enhances long-lasting excitatory responses in the spinal dorsal horn of rats: characterization by optical imaging of signal propagation.},
  author={Mayumi Ogawa and Misako Takamatsu and Manabu Okamoto and Hiroshi Baba and Kenji Seo and Naoshi Fujiwara},
  journal={Neuroscience research},
  year={2007},
  volume={57 3},
  pages={467-72}
}
To investigate plastic changes in nociceptive sensitivity of the dorsal horn, slow excitatory responses elicited by iteration of high-frequency stimulation were spatiotemporally observed in spinal cord slices of young-adult rats using membrane excitation imaging techniques. Single-pulse stimulation to the dorsal root elicited membrane excitation in lamina… CONTINUE READING