How Taste-buds Develop?
... taste buds have characteristics of neurons as well as skin. Like other types of epithelial cells they turn over and regenerate, but they also express chemoreceptors
and make synapses with neurons," explains Millar. The group studied how developing taste buds become wired into the nervous system. In early tongue de...
Chemoreceptors in Medical Dictionary
...ents with peripheral artery disease, aspirin use is associated with a statistically nonsignificant decrease ... Inhibition of the peripheral chemoreceptors
by inhalation of 100% O2 decreased ... Peripheral chemoreceptor activation is an excitatory input that results in ... ... Feasibility and Cost A...
Chemoreceptors in Biological News
Connect the Quantum Dots
...ent issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has significant implications for the design of disease markers and the development of chemoreceptors
used in human biomedical research. The groundbreaking study, entitled, "A Mechanism to Signal Receptor-Substrate Interactions with Luminescent Quantum...
How exactly does the brain control breathing?
...herson, on the other hand, stipulates that central chemoreceptors
are found close to the midline blood vessels of th...s: a litmus test for the identification of central chemoreceptors
Patrice G. Guyenet, Ruth L. Stornetta, Douglas A....n the specific phenotype(s) of central respiratory chemoreceptors
G. B. Richerson, W. Wang, M. R. Hodges, C. I. Doh...
Chemoreceptors in Biological Dictionary
Their effect on breathing rate is less than that of the central chemoreceptors
. ... Chemoreceptors
in the medulla oblongata, carotid arteries and aortic arch, ... Central chemoreceptors
of the central nervous system, located on the ventrolateral medullary surface, are sensitive to ...