اثر تحریک الکتریکی هسته سجافی خلفی بر خواص پاسخی نورونهای لایه چهار قشر بشکه ای متعاقب محرومیت طولانی مدت

شیخکانلوی میلان, حمید and شیبانی, وحید and اسماعیلی ماهانی, سعید and شمسی زاده, علی and سپهری, غلامرضا and آفرینش, محمدرضا (1389) اثر تحریک الکتریکی هسته سجافی خلفی بر خواص پاسخی نورونهای لایه چهار قشر بشکه ای متعاقب محرومیت طولانی مدت. در: Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society (Neuro 2010) , شهریور 1389, ژاپن.

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The effects of electrical stimulation of dorsal raphe nucleus on neuronal response properties of layer IV of barrel cortex following long-term sensory deprivation

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Using single unit recording, the effect of electrical stimulation of dorsal raphe nucleus (DRN) on response properties of layer IV barrel cortex neurons following long-term sensory deprivation was evaluated. Sensory deprived (SD)and control (unplucked) groups were compared. In the SD group all but the D2 vibrissa were plucked on postnatal day one, and kept plucked for a period of 60 days. The spared D2 principal whisker (PW) and the deprived D1 adjacent whisker (AW) were deflected either singly or simultaneously, with neuronal responses being recorded from layer IV of the D2 barrel cortex. DRN was electrically stimulated at inter-stimulus intervals(ISIs)ranging from 0 to 800ms before whiskers deflection. PW-evoked responses increased in the SD group with DRN electrical stimulation at ISIs 50 and 100 ms, whereas AWevoked responses increased at ISI of 800ms in both groups. Whisker plucking leads to increase in neuronal response of barrel cortex neurons to deflection of the PW and decreased responsiveness to deflection of the AW. DRN stimulation significantly reduced this difference in PW-evoked responses between groups. No response latency changes related to DRN stimulation were observed for PW or AW deflection in either group. Condition test (CT) ratio increased in SD rats, while DRN stimulation did not affect the CT ratio in both groups. The 5-HT2A receptor protein density did not change in barrel cortex of SD group compared to control. Data suggests that DRN electrical stimulation can modulate information processing in the sensory deprived barrel cortex.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
زبان سند : انگلیسی
نویسنده مسئول :حمید شیخکانلوی میلان
کلیدواژه ها (انگلیسی):sensory system ; barrel cortex ; 5-hydroxytryptamine receptors
Subjects:WL Nervous system
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Basic Sciences > Department of physiology
ID Code:1986
Deposited By: Dr Hamid Shikkhanlouyeh Milan
Deposited On:29 Oct 1389 16:29
Last Modified:01 Dec 1391 14:06

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