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From the very beginning of receptor autoradiography it has become apparent that neuropeptide receptor binding sites are not always located in close proximity to neurotransmitter containing neuronal fibres or terminal fields (Herkenham, 1987). Such 'mismatches' are the subject of considerable speculation. action of neuropeptides in the brain. , 1986). Briefly, male Sprague-Dawley rats, weighing 200250 g, were perfused via the ascending aorta with 150 ml of ice-cold 50 mM phosphate buffered saline.

1985a, b, h, 1986b, e). 4. , 1986). From the very beginning of receptor autoradiography it has become apparent that neuropeptide receptor binding sites are not always located in close proximity to neurotransmitter containing neuronal fibres or terminal fields (Herkenham, 1987). Such 'mismatches' are the subject of considerable speculation. action of neuropeptides in the brain. , 1986). Briefly, male Sprague-Dawley rats, weighing 200250 g, were perfused via the ascending aorta with 150 ml of ice-cold 50 mM phosphate buffered saline.

The depressant effect of GAL on nociceptive impulses was found to be much stronger than that of met-enkephalin or somatostatin. Since GAL did not affect responses of motorneurons to L-glutamate and N-methyl-o-aspartate, it was suggested that GAL acts primarily by inhibiting the release of excitatory transmitters from primary sensory neurons. , 1986). , 1985). It would be of interest to see whether such lesions result in a diminished number of binding sites in the dorsal horn. If such were the case, this would be evidence that GAL binding sites may be localized presynaptically (autoreceptors) on sensory neurons.

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