The Enteric Nervous System

  title={The Enteric Nervous System},
  author={John Barton Furness},
  • J. Furness
  • Published 9 October 2007
  • Medicine
  • Scholarpedia
the Enteric nervous system , the Enteric nervous system , کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز 
Revealing the complexity of the gut’s brain
  • J. Ganz
  • Biology
    Nature neuroscience
  • 2020
A new study proposes an exciting new model of neuronal diversification in the developing enteric nervous system (ENS) and establishes a detailed molecular taxonomy for enteric neurons. Their findings
Building a second brain in the bowel.
Molecular mechanisms and cellular processes that govern ENS development are reviewed, areas in which more investigation is needed are identified, and the clinical implications of new basic research are discussed.
Enteric Neurobiology: Discoveries and Directions.
  • J. Wood
  • Biology
    Advances in experimental medicine and biology
  • 2016
This chapter, on Enteric Neurobiology: Discoveries and Directions, tracks the step-by-step advances in enteric neuronal electrophysiology and synaptic behavior and progresses to the higher order functions of central pattern generators, hard wired synaptic circuits and libraries of neural programs in the brain-in-the-gut.
Characterization of putative interneurons in the myenteric plexus of human colon
  • A. Humenick, Bao-Nan Chen, S. Brookes
  • Biology
    Neurogastroenterology and motility : the official journal of the European Gastrointestinal Motility Society
  • 2020
The enteric nervous system contains multiple classes of neurons, distinguishable by morphology, immunohistochemical markers, and projections; however, specific combinations differ between species.
Monoamines in the enteric nervous system
Histamine, although entirely of non-neuronal origin, is pivotal for gastrointestinal neuroimmunomodulation besides its paracrine effect in gastric HCl production.
Molecular fingerprinting delineates progenitor populations in the developing zebrafish enteric nervous system
This work addressed the issue of how multipotent progenitors generate diverse neuronal and glial lineages in the zebrafish enteric nervous system (ENS), a complex neuronal andglial network that regulates essential intestinal functions.
Grundlagen der Steuerung von gastrointestinaler Motilität, Resorption und Sekretion
Regulation gastrointestinaler Funktionen ist das Ergebnis komplexer Interaktionen zwischen Nerven, Hormonen, parakrinen Mediatoren, Muskulatur und Epithel.
Functional circuits and signal processing in the enteric nervous system
How enteric circuits detect and process external information, how these signals may be modulated by physiological and pathophysiological factors, and finally, how outputs are generated for integrated gut function are discussed.