Sensitivity of vagal mucosal afferents to cholecystokinin and its role in afferent signal transduction in the rat.

Abstract

1. Extracellular recordings from rat mesenteric paravascular nerve bundles were made in order to characterize the responses of different populations of afferents supplying the small intestine to intravenous cholecystokinin (CCK; in the form of sulphated CCK8). 2. Approximately 70% of mesenteric nerve bundles contained CCK-sensitive afferent fibres… (More)

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