The influence of opioid receptor subtypes on the processing of nociceptive inputs in the spinal dorsal horn of the cat

@article{FleetwoodWalker1988TheIO,
  title={The influence of opioid receptor subtypes on the processing of nociceptive inputs in the spinal dorsal horn of the cat},
  author={Sue M Fleetwood-Walker and Philippa J. Hope and Rory Mitchell and Nada El-Yassir and Vincent Molony},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1988},
  volume={451},
  pages={213-226}
}
Extracellular recordings were made of the cutaneous sensory responses of spinocervical tract (SCT) neurones in the lumbar dorsal horn of anaesthetised and paralysed cats. All of the neurones studied were multireceptive, showing excitatory responses to both innocuous and noxious (thermal and when tested, mechanical) stimuli applied to their cutaneous receptive fields on the ipsilateral hindlimb. The effects of iontophoretically applied opioids were studied on a regular cycle of responses to… CONTINUE READING
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