Bombesin-SAP References

Cat #IT-40

2018

Gao Z-R, Chen W-Z, Liu M-Z, Chen X-J, Wan L, Zhang X-Y, Yuan L, Lin J-K, Wang M, Zhou L, Xu X-H, & Sun Y-G. Tac1-Expressing Neurons in the Periaqueductal Gray Facilitate the Itch-Scratching Cycle via Descending Regulation. (2018). Neuron, epub online.

Objective:  To determine the neural mechanism promoting the itch-scratching cycle.
Summary:  Ablation of Tac1+ but not SST+ neurons decreases itch-induced scratching behavior.  l/vlPAG Tac1+ neurons Induce Scratching Behavior via a Descending Pathway.
Dose:  To ablate the spinal GRPR+ neurons, mice were intrathecally injected with Bombesin-SAP or Control Blank-SAP (400 ng/5 mL).

REVIEW:  Barry DM, Munanairi A, & Chen Z-F. Spinal Mechanisms of Itch Transmission. (2018). Neurosci Bulletin, 34 (1):156-164.

Huang J, Polgár E, Solinski HJ, Mishra SK, Tseng P-Y, Iwagaki N, Boyle KA, Dickie AC, Kriegbaum MC, Wildner H, Zeilhofer HU, Watanabe M, Riddell JS, Todd AJ, & Hoon MA. Circuit Dissection of the Role of Somatostatin in Itch and Pain. (2018). Nature Neuroscience.

Objective:  To determine the role of somatostatin in itch and pain.
Summary:  Results define the neural circuit underlying somatostatin-induced itch and characterize a contrasting antinociceptive role for the peptide.
Dose:  Ablation of Npr1- and GRPR-expressing spinal cord interneurons was accomplished by intrathecal (segment L3/4) injection of Nppb-SAP (4 μg/10 μL) and Bombesin-SAP (2.5 μg) respectively.

2017

Mu D, Sun YG. (2017) Itch Induces Conditioned Place Aversion in Mice. Neurosci Lett 658:91-96. PMID: 28842279

Yu YQ, Barry DM, Hao Y, Liu XT, Chen ZF. (2017) Molecular and Neural Basis of Contagious Itch Behavior in Mice. Science 355(6329):1072-76. PMID: 28280205 (read summary)

2016

Li P, Janczewski WA, Yackle K, Kam K, Pagliardini S, Krasnow MA, Feldman JL. (2016) The peptidergic control circuit for sighing. Nature 530(7590):293-297. PMID: 26855425 (Targeting Trends 16q2)

2015

Akiyama T, Nguyen T, Curtis E, Nishida K, Devireddy J, Delahanty J, Carstens MI, Carstens E. (2015) A central role for spinal dorsal horn neurons that express neurokinin-1 receptors in chronic itch. Pain 156(7):1240-1246. (Targeting Trends 15q3)

Bourane S, Duan B, Koch SC, Dalet A, Britz O, Garcia-Campmany L, Kim E, Cheng L, Ghosh A, Ma Q, Goulding M. (2015) Gate Control of Mechanical Itch By a Subpopulation of Spinal Cord Interneurons. Science 350(6260):550-54. PMID: 26516282 (Targeting Trends 17q1)

2014

Akiyama T, Tominaga M, Takamori K, Carstens MI, Carstens E. (2014) Role of spinal bombesin-responsive neurons in nonhistaminergic itch. J Neurophysiol 112(9):2283-2289. (Targeting Trends 15q1)

Zhao ZQ, Wan L, Liu XY, Huo FQ, Li H, Barry DM, Krieger S, Kim S, Liu ZC, Xu J, Rogers BE, Li YQ, Chen ZF. (2014) Cross-Inhibition of NMBR and GRPR Signaling Maintains Normal Histaminergic Itch Transmission. J Neurosci 34(37):12402-12414. (Targeting Trends 14q4)

2013

Sasaki A, Adhikari S, Andoh T, Kuraishi Y. (2013) BB2 bombesin receptor-expressing spinal neurons transmit herpes-associated itch by BB2 receptor-independent signaling. Neuroreport 24(12):652-656. (Targeting Trends 13q3)

2012

Han N, Zu JY, Chai J. (2012) Spinal bombesin-recognized neurones mediate more nonhistaminergic than histaminergic sensation of itch in mice. Clin Exp Dermatol 37(3):290-295. (Targeting Trends 12q2)

Mishra SK, Holzman S, Hoon MA. (2012) A nociceptive signaling role for neuromedin B. J Neurosci 32(25):8686-8695. (Targeting Trends 12q4)

2011

Jeffry J, Kim S, Chen ZF. (2011) Itch signaling in the nervous system. Physiology (Bethesda) 26(4):286-292. (Targeting Trends 11q4)

Liu XY, Liu ZC, Sun YG, Ross M, Kim S, Tsai FF, Li QF, Jeffry J, Kim JY, Loh HH, Chen ZF. (2011) Unidirectional Cross-Activation of GRPR by MOR1D Uncouples Itch and Analgesia Induced by Opioids. Cell 147(2):447-458. (Targeting Trends 12q1)

2010

See: Society for Neuroscience 2010 Abstracts

2009

Chen Z-F, Sun Y-G, Zhao Z-Q, Meng X-L, Yin J, Liu X-Y. (2009) Ablation of GRPR+ Neurons in the Spinal Cord by Bombesin-Saporin Knocks Out Itch Sensation in Mice Without Affecting Pain Circuit. Targeting Trends 10(4).

Sun YG, Zhao ZQ, Meng XL, Yin J, Liu XY, Chen ZF (2009) Cellular Basis of Itch Sensation. Science 325:1531-1534. (Targeting Trends 09q4)