The Insulin Receptor Is Colocalized With the TRPV1 Nociceptive Ion Channel and Neuropeptides in Pancreatic Spinal and Vagal Primary Sensory Neurons.

@article{Lzr2018TheIR,
  title={The Insulin Receptor Is Colocalized With the TRPV1 Nociceptive Ion Channel and Neuropeptides in Pancreatic Spinal and Vagal Primary Sensory Neurons.},
  author={Bence Andr{\'a}s L{\'a}z{\'a}r and G{\'a}bor Jancs{\'o} and Orsolya Oszl{\'a}cs and Istv{\'a}n Nagy and P{\'e}ter S{\'a}ntha},
  journal={Pancreas},
  year={2018},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={
          110-115
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Recent observations demonstrated the expression of the insulin receptor (InsR) and its functional interaction with the transient receptor potential vanilloid type 1 receptor (TRPV1) in sensory ganglion neurons. Because sensory nerves are implicated in pancreatic inflammatory processes, we studied the colocalization of the InsR with TRPV1 and… CONTINUE READING