Limitedly selective action of a delta-agonistic leu-enkephalin on the transmission in spinal motor reflex pathways in cats.

@article{Schmidt1991LimitedlySA,
  title={Limitedly selective action of a delta-agonistic leu-enkephalin on the transmission in spinal motor reflex pathways in cats.},
  author={P F Schmidt and Eike Dieter Schomburg and Heinz Steffens},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={442},
  pages={103-26}
}
1. The influence of the delta-opioid receptor agonist (D-Ser2)-leu-enkephalin (Thr6) (DSLET) on different spinal reflex pathways was investigated in anaemically decapitated, high spinal cats. Monosynaptic reflexes were tested to analyse excitatory and inhibitory flexor reflex afferent (FRA) pathways from nociceptive (from the skin of the central pad) and non-nociceptive (from skin, joint or group II muscle) afferents, as well as an excitatory nociceptive non-FRA pathway from the central pad to… CONTINUE READING

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