Nelson TS, Fu W, Donahue RR, Corder GF, Hökfelt T, Wiley RG, & Taylor BK. Facilitation of Neuropathic Pain by the Npy Y1 Receptor-Expressing Subpopulation of Excitatory Interneurons in the Dorsal Horn. (2019). Sci Rep, 9 (1):7248.
KIT-28: NPY-SAP, Blank-SAP
Objective: To test the relevance of the NPYY1 spinal population to the development and/or maintenance of acute and neuropathic pain.
Summary: This neuroanatomical and behavioral characterization of Y1R-expressing excitatory interneurons provides compelling evidence for the development of spinally-directed Y1R agonists to reduce chronic neuropathic pain.
Dose: Selectively ablated Y1R-expressing interneurons while sparing the central terminals of primary afferents. Rats received intrathecal injections of either NPY-SAP or Control Blank-SAP (1000 ng each).
Marvizon JC, Chen W, Fu W, & Taylor BK. Neuropeptide Y Release in the Rat Spinal Cord Measured with Y1 Receptor Internalization Is Increased after Nerve Injury. (2019). Neuropharmacology, 158 107732. 2019/08/05.
Summary: NPY is released from dorsal horn interneurons or primary afferent terminals by electrical stimulation and by activation of TRPV1, PKA or NMDA receptors in. Release evoked by noxious and tactile stimuli increases after peripheral nerve injury.
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See also: Society for Neuroscience 2011 Abstracts
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Lyons AM, Thiele TE (2010) Neuropeptide Y conjugated to saporin alters anxiety-like behavior when injected into the central nucleus of the amygdala or basomedial hypothalamus in BALB/cJ mice. Peptides 31(12):2193-2199. (Targeting Trends 11q1)
See also: Society for Neuroscience 2010 Abstracts
Li AJ, Dinh TT, Ritter S (2008) Hyperphagia and obesity produced by arcuate injection of NPY-saporin do not require upregulation of lateral hypothalamic orexigenic peptide genes. Peptides 29(10):1732-1739. (Targeting Trends 08q4)
Wiley RG, Lemons LL, Kline RHt (2008) Neuropeptide Y receptor-expressing dorsal horn neurons: role in nocifensive reflex responses to heat and formalin. Neuroscience 161:139-147. (Targeting Trends 09q3)
See also: Society for Neuroscience 2008 Abstracts
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