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Sensory neurons are neurons that are activated by sensory input, and send projections into the central nervous system that convey sensory information to the brain or spinal cord. Unlike neurons of the central nervous system, whose inputs come from other neurons, sensory neurons are activated by physical modalities such as light, sound, temperature, chemical...
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A neuron OOR-on, also known as a neurone or nerve cell) is an excitable cell in the nervous system that processes and transmits information by electrochemical signalling. Neurons are the core components of the brain, the...
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Sensory neuron summary with 3 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Get Sensory Neurons: Diversity, Development, ...
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Details the properties of an artificial sensory neuron. ... The purpose of sensory neurons is to take physical aspects of the world, such as ...
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Abstract—Sensory neurons that innervate the heart sense ischemia and mediate angina. ... on these cells, we fluorescently labeled cardiac sensory neurons (CSNs) ...
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Peripheral sensory neurons detect diverse physical stimuli and transmit the ... All peripheral sensory neurons are derived either from neural crest cells ...
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... is homosynaptic depression at sensory neurons mediating the behavioral response. ... show that (1) identified sensory and motor neurons in both reflex systems ...
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... 4 "special senses" whose sensory neurons are exclusively in the head ... Since all sensory neurons convert one form of energy--concentration, light, air ...
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Two prior studies explored ASIC3 immunoreactivity in sensory neurons. ... Both small (<25 μm diameter) and large (>40 μm) diameter sensory neurons express ASIC3. ...
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Finally we also exclude an anti-proliferative role of Necdin in developing sensory neurons. ... pronounced atrophy of sensory neurons resulting in a reduction ...
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Exposing sensory neurons to 1 µM PGE2 produced a twofold increase in the number ... In these sensory neurons, the compensation ranged from 95 to 87% (average 89 ...
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Sensory neurons receive information from the outside world (light, sound), motor ... When the sensory neurons in your skin detect the heat, they send messages to ...
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The cell bodies of the sensory neurons leading to the spinal cord are located in ... by interneurons, although some are stimulated directly by sensory neurons. ...
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Sensory neurons may not regenerate, so an immune system ... CD8 T cells target infected sensory neurons. " Instead, the lytic granules attack ...
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even at the level of primary sensory neurons: experi ... interactions between the sensory neurons of different ... neurons of higher sensory threshold (P and N cells) ...
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