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Ageing of the carotid body
Di Giulio C. J Physiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29319194 Free PMC article.
In older animals, it is enlarged and shows a concomitant decrease in the percentage of chemoreceptor tissue, as well as a proliferation of type II cells. ...
In older animals, it is enlarged and shows a concomitant decrease in the percentage of chemoreceptor tissue, as well as a proliferati …
Oxygen Sensing in Early Life
Caravagna C and Seaborn T. Lung 2016 - Review. PMID 27306223
Translating carotid body function into clinical medicine
Iturriaga R. J Physiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29114876 Free PMC article.
The carotid body (CB) is considered the main O(2) chemoreceptor, which contributes to cardiorespiratory homeostasis and ventilatory acclimatization. ...
The carotid body (CB) is considered the main O(2) chemoreceptor, which contributes to cardiorespiratory homeostasis and ventilatory a …
[Arterial chemoreceptors: cellular and molecular mechanisms in the adaptative and homeostatic function of the carotid body].
González C, et al. Rev Neurol 2003 - Review. PMID 12599155 Spanish. Free article.
The carotid body is a sensory chemoreceptor organ located in the vicinity of the carotid bifurcation. Structurally it is composed of cell clusters formed by chemoreceptor and supporting cells. ...Hypoxia and other natural stimuli are detected by chemoreceptor cells which upon stimulation increase their rate of release of neurotransmitters. ...
The carotid body is a sensory chemoreceptor organ located in the vicinity of the carotid bifurcation. Structurally it is composed of …
Central chemoreceptors.
Bruce EN and Cherniack NS. J Appl Physiol (1985) 1987 - Review. PMID 3549673
When all peripheral chemoreceptors are denervated, animals continue to show increased ventilation when made to breathe CO2, indicating that receptors within the brain ("central chemoreceptors") are excited by acidity or changes in CO2. No cells have been identified within the brain that are indisputedly chemoreceptors for CO2 or H+, but there is abundant evidence that respiration can be affected by chemical, electrical, and thermal stimuli applied locally to the ventral surface of the medulla. ...
When all peripheral chemoreceptors are denervated, animals continue to show increased ventilation when made to breathe CO2, indicatin …
Role of voltage-dependent calcium channels in stimulus-secretion coupling in rabbit carotid body chemoreceptor cells.
Rocher A, et al. J Physiol 2005. PMID 15528240 Free PMC article.
Hypoxia, hypercapnic acidosis and DNP, depolarized chemoreceptor cells and eventually generated repetitive action potential discharge. ...Data show that tested stimuli depolarize rabbit CB chemoreceptor cells and elicit CA release through Ca2+ entry via voltage-activated channels. ...
Hypoxia, hypercapnic acidosis and DNP, depolarized chemoreceptor cells and eventually generated repetitive action potential discharge …
Characterization of cultured chemoreceptor cells dissociated from adult rabbit carotid body.
Pérez-García MT, et al. Am J Physiol 1992. PMID 1476161
Short-term cell cultures were obtained from enzymatically dissociated carotid bodies from adult rabbits, and morphological and functional characterization of the cultured chemoreceptor cells were carried out. ...When studied by whole cell clamp recording, individual chemoreceptor cells exhibit a marked variability in the properties of some ionic currents; the data, however, do not support the existence of distinct subpopulations of type I cells....
Short-term cell cultures were obtained from enzymatically dissociated carotid bodies from adult rabbits, and morphological and functional ch …
Neurotrophic Properties, Chemosensory Responses and Neurogenic Niche of the Human Carotid Body
Ortega-Sáenz P, et al. Adv Exp Med Biol 2015 - Review. PMID 26303476
The carotid body (CB) is a polymodal chemoreceptor that triggers the hyperventilatory response to hypoxia necessary for the maintenance of O(2) homeostasis essential for the survival of organs such as the brain or heart. ...
The carotid body (CB) is a polymodal chemoreceptor that triggers the hyperventilatory response to hypoxia necessary for the maintenan …
Ionic currents in dispersed chemoreceptor cells of the mammalian carotid body.
Ureña J, et al. J Gen Physiol 1989. PMID 2544656 Free PMC article.
By contrast, in every type I chemoreceptor cell studied we found (a) sodium, (b) calcium, and (c) potassium currents. (a) The sodium current has a fast activation time course and an activation threshold at approximately -40 mV. ...We suggest a possible participation of these conductances in chemoreception....
By contrast, in every type I chemoreceptor cell studied we found (a) sodium, (b) calcium, and (c) potassium currents. (a) The sodium …
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