The localization of sensory nerve fibers and receptor binding sites for sensory neuropeptides in canine mesenteric lymph nodes.

@article{Popper1988TheLO,
  title={The localization of sensory nerve fibers and receptor binding sites for sensory neuropeptides in canine mesenteric lymph nodes.},
  author={Paul Popper and Christopher R. Mantyh and Steven R Vigna and John E. Maggio and Patrick W Mantyh},
  journal={Peptides},
  year={1988},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={257-67}
}
Previous work has established that the central nervous system can modulate the immune response. Direct routes through which this regulation may occur are the sympathetic and sensory innervation of lymphoid organs. We investigated the innervation of canine mesenteric lymph nodes using immunohistochemistry and the expression of binding sites for sensory neuropeptides using quantitative receptor autoradiography. The sympathetic innervation of lymph nodes was examined by immunohistochemical methods… CONTINUE READING

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