"Substantia Gelatinosa" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Gelatinous-appearing material in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord, consisting chiefly of Golgi type II neurons and some larger nerve cells.
- Substantia Gelatinosa
- Gelatinosa, Substantia
- Gelatinosas, Substantia
- Substantia Gelatinosas
- Lamina II
- Substantia Gelatinosa of Rolando
- Rolando Substantia Gelatinosa
- Lamina 2
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Substantia Gelatinosa" by people in Profiles.
Animal models of chronic pain increase spontaneous glutamatergic transmission in adult rat spinal dorsal horn in?vitro and in?vivo. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2019 04 30; 512(2):352-359.
In vivo and in vitro patch-clamp recording analysis of the process of sensory transmission in the spinal cord and sensory cortex. J Physiol Anthropol Appl Human Sci. 2005 Jan; 24(1):93-7.
Peripheral inflamation-induced increase of AMPA-mediated currents and Ca2+ transients in the presence of cyclothiazide in the rat substantia gelatinosa neurons. Cell Calcium. 2004 May; 35(5):461-9.
Actions of noradrenaline on substantia gelatinosa neurones in the rat spinal cord revealed by in vivo patch recording. J Physiol. 2004 Mar 01; 555(Pt 2):515-26.
A biochemically distinct sub-population of neurons in the human substantia gelatinosa. Study with G-6-PD histochemistry. J Neurol Sci. 1982 Aug; 55(2):175-83.