Modulation by C2 ceramide of the nicotinic transmission within the coeliac ganglion in the rabbit

@article{Fasano2003ModulationBC,
  title={Modulation by C2 ceramide of the nicotinic transmission within the coeliac ganglion in the rabbit},
  author={C. Fasano and J. Miolan and J. Niel},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={116},
  pages={753-759}
}
We have investigated the modulation by ceramide of the nicotinic activation of the prevertebral sympathetic neurons. Our study was performed in vitro in rabbit isolated coeliac ganglion, using intracellular recording techniques. We have used C(2) ceramide, a permeant analog of ceramide. The effects of C(2) ceramide were first assessed when nicotinic activation was elicited without modulatory mechanisms (fast excitatory postsynaptic potentials triggered by stimulation of the thoracic splanchnic… Expand
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