Receptor endocytosis and dendrite reshaping in spinal neurons after somatosensory stimulation.

@article{Mantyh1995ReceptorEA,
  title={Receptor endocytosis and dendrite reshaping in spinal neurons after somatosensory stimulation.},
  author={Patrick W Mantyh and E Demaster and Alka Malhotra and Joseph R. Ghilardi and Scott D. Rogers and Christopher R. Mantyh and Hui-ling Liu and Allan I. Basbaum and Steven R Vigna and John E. Maggio},
  journal={Science},
  year={1995},
  volume={268 5217},
  pages={1629-32}
}
In vivo somatosensory stimuli evoked the release of substance P from primary afferent neurons that terminate in the spinal cord and stimulated endocytosis of substance P receptors in rat spinal cord neurons. The distal dendrites that showed substance P receptor internalization underwent morphological reorganization, changing from a tubular structure to one characterized by swollen varicosities connected by thin segments. This internalization and dendritic structural reorganization provided a… CONTINUE READING
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