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교감신경 중재 통증 보유 모델 쥐에서 교감신경 활동에 의한 배근절세포의 흥분성

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 Sympathetic Excitation of Afferent Neurons within Dorsal Root Ganglia in a Rat Model of Sympathetically Medicated Pain 
Authors
 임중우  ;  강민정  ;  백광세  ;  남용택 
Citation
 Korean Journal of Pain (대한통증학회지), Vol.9(1) : 26-38, 1996-06 
Journal Title
Korean Journal of Pain (대한통증학회지)
ISSN
 1226-2579 
Issue Date
1996-06
Abstract
In a normal state, sympathetic efferent activity does not elicit discharges of sensory neurons, whereas it becomes associated with and excites sensory neurons in a pathophysiological state such as injury to a peripheral nerve. Although this sympathetic-sensory interaction is reportedly adrenergic, involved subtypes of adrenoreceptors are not yet clearly revealed. The purpose of this study was to determine which adrenorceptor subtypes were involved in sympathetic-sensory interaction that was developed in rats with an experimental peripheral neuropathy. Using rats that received a tight ligation of one or two of L4-L6 spinal nerves 10~15 days previously, a recording was made from afferent fibers in microfilaments teased from the dorsal root that was in continuity with the ligated spinal nerve. Electrical stimulation of sympathetic preganglionic fibers in T13 or L1 ventral root (50 Hz, 2-5 mA. 0.5 ms pulse duration, 10 sec) was made to see if the activity of recorded afferents was modulated. About half of afferents showing spontaneous discharges responded to sympathetic stimulation, and had the conduction velocities in the A-fiber range. Most of the sympathetically induced afferent responses were excitation. This sympathetically induced excitation occurred in the dorsal root ganglion (DRG), and was blocked by yohimbine (α₂ blocker), neither by propranolol (β blocker) not by prazosine (α₁ blocker). The results suggest that after spinal nerve ligation, sympathetic efferents interact with sensory neurons having A-fiber axons in DRG where adrenaline released from sympathetic nerve endings excites the activity of sensory neurons by acting on 2-adrenoreceptors. This 2-adrenoreceptor mediated excitation of sensory neurons may account for sympathetic involvement in neuropathic pain.
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1. College of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Physiology (생리학교실) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Leem, Joong Woo(임중우) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1605-2230
URI
https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/183156
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