volume 311, issue 5, PG880-G894 2016
DOI: 10.1152/ajpgi.00250.2016
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Abstract: In vertebrates, visceral pain from internal organs is detected by spinal afferents, whose cell bodies lie in dorsal root ganglia (DRG). Until now, all recordings from spinal afferents have been restricted to recording transmission of action potentials along axons, or from cell bodies lying outside their target organ, which is not where sensory transduction occurs. Our aim was to record directly from a major class of spinal afferent within visceral organs, where transduction of sensory stimuli into action poten…

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