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The Polymodal Receptor - A Gateway to Pathological Pain (Progress in Brain Research)

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Published by Elsevier Science .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsT. Kumazawa (Editor), L. Kruger (Editor), K. Mizumura (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages560
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7532440M
ISBN 100444824731
ISBN 109780444824738

1. Receptors should respond not only when tissue is damaged, but also when it is threatened (serving as an "early warning system") 2. The sensory threshold for the receptor allows for the distinction between noxious (Tissue damaging) and innocuous stimulation. Lawrence Kruger is the author of Pain and Touch. Handbook of Perception and Cognition. ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Pain and T 5/5(3).

In low doses glutamate receptor antagonists only slightly elevate the threshold of the physiological pain sensation. However, they suppress the process of pathological sensitisation i.e. lowering of the pain threshold seen upon excessive or lasting stimulation of C-fibre afferents, a process that takes place during inflammation or other kinds. PDF, TXT, ePub, PDB, RTF, FB2 & Audio Books - Discovered in and acquired by the British Museum and York Museums Trust, the Vale of York hoard was buried in the late s in the reign of the West Saxon king Athelstan, in what is now North Yorkshire. The spectacular gold and silver jewellery, ingots and coins in the hoard originally came from regions ranging from Ireland to the Middle East.

(). The polymodal receptor – bio-warning and defence mechanisms. In The Polymodal Receptor: A gateway to Pathological Pain Edited by: Kumazawa (). .   Reciprocal signalling between immunocompetent cells in the central nervous system (CNS) has emerged as a key phenomenon underpinning pathological and chronic pain mechanisms.


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Sixty years of C-fiber recordings from animal and human skin nerves. Historical notes. The articular polymodal nociceptor in health and disease. Group III and IV receptors in skeletal muscle: Are they specific or polymodal. Visceral polymodal receptors. Section III - Modulation of Polymodal Receptor Activities in Pathological.

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Download books for free. Find books. Get this from a library. The polymodal receptor: a gateway to pathological pain. [Takao Kumazawa; Kazue Mizumura; Lawrence Kruger;] -- This volume is derived from a celebration of the career of Professor Takao Kumazawa at Nagoya University and includes papers from investigators throughout the world whose contributions are dedicated.

An important factor in creating central hyperexcitable states is the preexistence of persisting enhanced inputs from nociceptors.

The polymodal receptor may play a pivotal role in producing the peripheral and central plastic changes appearing in various pathological states.

It thus serves as the gateway to pathological pain. Perl ER () Cutaneous Polymodal Receptors: Characteristics and Plasticity.

In: Kumazawa T, Kruger L, Mizumura K (eds) Progress in Brain Research, vol The Polymodal Receptor: A Gateway to Pathological Pain.

Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp 21–37 Google Scholar. Schmidt RF () The articular polymodal nociceptor in health and disease. In: Kumazawa T, Kruger L, Mizumura K (eds) The Polymodal Receptor: A Gateway to Pathological Pain.

Human polymodal receptors in pathological conditions, The Polymodal Pathological Pain Receptor—A Gateway to Pathological Pain, /S(08), (. The vanilloid receptor TRPV1 (transient receptor potential vanilloid 1) is a cation channel that serves as a polymodal detector of pain-producing stimuli such as capsaicin, protons (pH.

Human polymodal receptors in pathological conditions, The Polymodal Pathological Pain Receptor—A Gateway to Pathological Pain, /S(08), (), (). Crossref VolumeIssue 2.

Kawakita K, Gotoh K. Role of polymodal receptors in the acupuncture-mediated endogenous pain inhibitory systems. In: Kumazawa T, Kruger L, Mizumura K, editors. The Polymodal Receptor—A Gateway to Pathological Pain.

Amsterdam: Elsevier;; pp. – 1 The possible role of protein kinase C (PKC) in homologous and heterologous desensitization of histamine H1‐ and ATP‐receptors has been studied in monolayers of. Capsaicin-sensitive sensory nerve terminals with local and systemic efferent functions: facts and scopes of an unorthodox neuroculatory mechanism, The Polymodal Pathological Pain Receptor—A Gateway to Pathological Pain, /S(08), (), ().

Chronic pain is a major challenge to clinical practice and basic science. The peripheral and central neural networks that mediate nociception show extensive plasticity in pathological.

Kumazawa T: The polymodal receptor – bio-warning and defence mechanisms. The Polymodal Receptor: A gateway to Pathological Pain. Edited by: Kumazawa T, Kruger L, Mizumura K.Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier, Google Scholar. Spinal organization of C-fiber afferents related with nociception or non-nociception, The Polymodal Pathological Pain Receptor—A Gateway to Pathological Pain, /S(08), (), ().

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