SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Beyak MJ, Ramji N, Krol KM, Kawaja MD & Vanner SJ (2004). Two TTX-resistant Na+ currents in mouse colonic dorsal root ganglia neurons and their role in colitis-induced hyperexcitability. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 287, G845G855.
  • Bielefeldt K, Ozaki N & Gebhart GF (2002). Mild gastritis alters voltage-sensitive sodium currents in gastric sensory neurons in rats. Gastroenterology 122, 752761.
  • Black JA, Liu S, Tanaka M, Cummins TR & Waxman SG (2004). Changes in the expression of tetrodotoxin-sensitive sodium channels within dorsal root ganglia neurons in inflammatory pain. Pain 108, 237247.
  • Brehmer A, Schrodl F & Neuhuber W (1999). Morphological classifications of enteric neurons – 100 years after Dogiel. Anat Embryol 200, 125135.
  • Brookes SJH (2001). Classes of enteric nerve cells in the guinea-pig small intestine. Anat Rec 262, 5870.
  • Clerc N, Furness JB, Bornstein JC & Kunze WAA (1998). Correlation of electrophysiological and morphological characteristics of myenteric neurons of the duodenum in the guinea-pig. Neuroscience 82, 899914.
  • Coggeshall RE, Tate S & Carlton SM (2004). Differential expression of tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channels Nav1.8 and Nav1.9 in normal and inflamed rats. Neurosci Lett 355, 4548.
  • Dang K, Bielefeldt K & Gebhart GF (2004). Gastric ulcers reduce A-type potassium currents in rat gastric sensory ganglion neurons. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 286, G573G579.
  • De Giorgio R, Guerrini S, Barbara G, Stanghellini V, De Ponti F, Corinaldesi R, Moses PL, Sharkey KA & Mawe GM (2004). Inflammatory neuropathies of the enteric nervous system. Gastroenterology 126, 18721883.
  • Dogiel AS (1899). Über den Bau der Ganglien in den Geflechten des Darmes und der Gallenblase des Menschen und der Säugetiere. Arch Anat Physiol Leipzig Anat Abt Jg 1899, 130158.
  • Ferens D, Baell D, Lessene G, Smith JE & Furness JB (2007). Effects of modulators of Ca2+-activated, intermediate-conductance potassium channels on motility of the rat small intestine, in vivo. Neurogastroenterol Motil 19, 383389.
  • Frieling T, Palmer JM, Cooke HJ & Wood JD (1994). Neuroimmune communication in the submucous plexus of guinea pig colon after infection with trichinella spiralis. Gastroenterology 107, 16021609.
  • Furness JB (2006). The Enteric Nervous System, pp. 274. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford .
  • Furness JB, Costa M, Gibbins IL, Llewellyn-Smith IJ & Oliver JR (1985). Neurochemically similar myenteric and submucous neurons directly traced to the mucosa of the small intestine. Cell Tissue Res 241, 155163.
  • Furness JB, Kunze WAA, Bertrand PP, Clerc N & Bornstein JC (1998). Intrinsic primary afferent neurons of the intestine. Prog Neurobiol 54, 118.
  • Galligan JJ, Tatsumi H, Shen KZ, Surprenant A & North RA (1990). Cation current activated by hyperpolarization (IH) in guinea-pig enteric neurons. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 259, G966G972.
  • Gao C, Liu S, Hu H-Z, Gao N, Kim GY, Xia Y & Wood JD (2002). Serine proteases excite myenteric neurons through protease-activated receptors in guinea pig small intestine. Gastroenterology 123, 15541564.
  • Harriott AM, Dessem D & Gold MS (2006). Inflammation increases the excitability of masseter muscle afferents. Neuroscience 141, 433442.
  • Hillsley K, Kenyon JL & Smith TK (2000). Ryanodine-sensitive stores regulate the excitability of AH neurons in the myenteric plexus of guinea-pig ileum. J Neurophysiol 84, 27772785.
  • Hirst GDS, Holman ME & Spence I (1974). Two types of neurones in the myenteric plexus of duodenum in the guinea-pig. J Physiol 236, 303326.
  • Hirst GDS, Johnson SM & Van Helden DF (1985). The calcium current in a myenteric neurone of the guinea-pig ileum. J Physiol 361, 297314.
  • Huguenard JR (1996). Low-threshold calcium currents in central nervous system neurons. Annu Rev Physiol 58, 329348.
  • Jahnsen H & Llinas R (1984). Ionic basis for the electro-responsiveness and oscillatory properties of guinea-pig thalamic neurones in vitro. J Physiol 349, 227247.
  • Kellow JE (2002). Advances in the management of irritable bowel syndrome. J Gastroenterol Hepatol 17, 503507.
  • Khasar SG, Gold MS & Levine JD (1998). A tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium current mediates inflammatory pain in the rat. Neurosci Lett 256, 1720.
  • Krauter EM, Linden DR, Sharkey KA & Mawe GM (2007). Synaptic plasticity in myenteric neurons of the guinea pig distal colon: Presynaptic mechanisms of inflammation-induced synaptic facilitation. J Physiol 581, 787800.
  • Kunze WAA, Bertrand PP, Furness JB & Bornstein JC (1997). Influence of the mucosa on the excitability of myenteric neurons. Neuroscience 76, 619634.
  • Linden DR, Sharkey KA & Mawe GM (2003). Enhanced excitability of myenteric AH neurones in the inflamed guinea-pig distal colon. J Physiol 547, 589601.
  • Liu S, Hu HZ, Gao C, Gao N, Wang G, Wang X, Gao X, Xia Y & Wood JD (2003). Actions of cysteinyl leukotrienes in the enteric nervous system of guinea-pig stomach and small intestine. Eur J Pharmacol 459, 2739.
  • Lomax AE, Fernández E & Sharkey KA (2004). Plasticity of the enteric nervous system during intestinal inflammation. Neurogastroenterol Motil 17, 415.
  • Lomax AE, Mawe GM & Sharkey KA (2005). Synaptic facilitation and enhanced neuronal excitability in the submucosal plexus during experimental colitis in guinea-pig. J Physiol 564, 863875.
  • Lomax AE, O'Hara JR, Hyland NP, Mawe GM & Sharkey KA (2006). Persistent alterations to enteric neural signalling in guinea pig colon following resolution of colitis. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 292, 482491.
  • Lomax AEG, Sharkey KA, Bertrand PP, Low AM, Bornstein JC & Furness JB (1999). Correlation of morphology, electrophysiology and chemistry of neurons in the myenteric plexus of the guinea-pig distal colon. J Auton Nerv Syst 76, 4561.
  • Mao Y, Wang B & Kunze W (2006). Characterization of myenteric sensory neurons in the mouse small intestine. J Neurophysiol 96, 9981010.
  • Martinolle JP, Garcia-Villar R, Fioramonti J & Bueno L (1997). Altered contractility of circular and longitudinal muscle in TNBS-inflamed guinea pig ileum. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 272, G1258G1267.
  • Neugebauer V, Vanegas H, Nebe J, Rumenapp P & Schaible HG (1996). Effects of N- and L-type calcium channel antagonists on the responses of nociceptive spinal cord neurons to mechanical stimulation of the normal and the inflamed knee joint. J Neurophysiol 76, 37403749.
  • Nguyen TV, Matsuyama H, Baell J, Hunne B, Fowler CJ, Smith JE, Nurgali K & Furness JB (2007). Effects of compounds that influence KCNN4 channels on after-hyperpolarizing potentials, and determination of IK channel sequence, in guinea pig enteric neurons. J Neurophysiol 97, 20242031.
  • North RA (1973). The calcium-dependent slow after-hyperpolarization in myenteric plexus neurone with tetrodotoxin-resistant action potentials. Br J Pharmacol 49, 709711.
  • Nurgali K, Furness JB & Stebbing MJ (2003). Correlation of electrophysiology, shape and synaptic properties of myenteric AH neurons of the guinea-pig distal colon. Autonomic Neurosci 103, 5064.
  • O'Hara JR, Lomax AE, Mawe GM & Sharkey KA (2007). Ileitis alters neuronal and enteroendocrine signalling in guinea-pig distal colon. Gut 56, 186194.
  • Palmer JM, Wong Riley M & Sharkey KA (1998). Functional alterations in jejunal myenteric neurons during inflammation in nematode-infected guinea pigs. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 275, G922G935.
  • Rugiero F, Gola M, Kunze WAA, Reynaud J-C, Furness JB & Clerc N (2002). Analysis of whole cell currents by patch clamp of guinea-pig myenteric neurones in intact ganglia. J Physiol 538, 447463.
  • Saegusa H, Kurihara T, Zong S, Kazuno A, Matsuda Y, Nonaka T, Han W, Toriyama H & Tanabe T (2001). Suppression of inflammatory and neuropathic pain symptoms in mice lacking the N-type Ca2+ channel. EMBO J 20, 23492356.
  • Schutte IWM, Kroese ABA & Akkermans LMA (1995). Somal size and location within the ganglia for electrophysiologically identified myenteric neurons of the guinea pig ileum. J Comp Neurol 355, 563572.
  • Sharkey KA (2006). Visceral sensation and colitis: inflammation and hypersensitivity do not always go hand in hand. Neurogastroenterol Motil 18, 8790.
  • Sharkey KA & Kroese ABA (2001). Consequences of intestinal inflammation of the enteric nervous system: Neuronal activation induced by inflammatory mediators. Anat Rec 262, 7990.
  • Sluka KA (1998). Blockade of N- and P/Q-type calcium channels reduces the secondary heat hyperalgesia induced by acute inflammation. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 287, 232237.
  • Smith TK, Burke EP & Shuttleworth CWR (1999). Topographical and electrophysiological characteristics of highly excitable S neurones in the myenteric plexus of the guinea-pig ileum. J Physiol 517, 817830.
  • Song ZM, Brookes SJH, Ramsay GA & Costa M (1997). Characterization of myenteric interneurons with somatostatin immunoreactivity in the guinea-pig small intestine. Neuroscience 80, 907923.
  • Stewart T, Beyak MJ & Vanner S (2003). Ileitis modulates potassium and sodium currents in guinea pig dorsal root ganglia sensory neurons. J Physiol 552, 797807.
  • Tack JF & Wood JD (1992). Electrical behaviour of myenteric neurones in the gastric antrum of the guinea-pig. J Physiol 447, 4966.
  • Takeda M, Tanimoto T, Ikeda M, Nasu M, Kadoi J, Yoshida S & Matsumoto S (2006). Enhanced excitability of rat trigeminal root ganglion neurons via decrease in A-type potassium currents following temporomandibular joint inflammation. Neuroscience 138, 621630.
  • Tamura K, Ito H & Wade PR (2001). Morphology, electrophysiology, and calbindin immunoreactivity of myenteric neurons in the guinea pig distal colon. J Comp Neurol 437, 423437.
  • Tamura K & Wood JD (1992). Effects of prolonged exposure to histamine on guinea pig intestinal neurons. Dig Dis Sci 37, 10841088.
  • Vogalis F, Harvey JR & Furness JB (2002a). TEA- and apamin-resistant KCa channels in guinea-pig myenteric neurons: slow AHP channels. J Physiol 538, 421433.
  • Vogalis F, Harvey JR, Lohman R-J & Furness JB (2002b). Action potential afterdepolarization mediated by a Ca2+-activated cation conductance in myenteric AH-neurons. Neuroscience 115, 375393.
  • Wood JD (1987). Physiology of the enteric nervous system. In Physiology of the Gastrointestinal Tract, ed. JohnsonLR, pp. 67100. Raven Press, New York .
  • Wood JD (2004). Enteric neuroimmunophysiology and pathophysiology. Gastroenterology 127, 635657.
  • Wood JD & Mayer CJ (1978). Intracellular study of electrical activity of Auerbach's plexus in guinea–pig small intestine. Pflugers Archive European Journal of Physiology 374, 265275.
  • Wulff H, Miller MJ, Hänsel W, Grissmer S, Cahalan MD & Chandy KG (2000). Design of a potent and selective inhibitor of the intermediate-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel, IKCa1: a potential immunosuppressant. Proc Nat Acad Sci U S A 97, 81518156.
  • Xia Y, Hu HZ, Liu S, Ren J, Zafirov DH & Wood JD (1999). IL-1b and IL-6 excite neurons and suppress nicotinic and noradrenergic neurotransmission in guinea pig enteric nervous system. J Clin Invest 103, 13091316.
  • Xiao J, Nguyen TV, Ngui K, Strijbos PJLM, Selmer IS, Neylon CB & Furness JB (2004). Molecular and functional analysis of hyperpolarisation-activated nucleotide gated (HCN) channels in the enteric nervous system. Neuroscience 129, 603614.
  • Yoshimura N & De Groat WC (1999). Increased excitability of afferent neurons innervating rat urinary bladder after chronic bladder inflammation. J Neurosci 19, 46444653.