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    Responses to capsaicin are not dependent on the integrity of synaptic transmission and/or action potential generation A , left panel, control image in the presence of antagonists of synaptic ionotropic receptors (syn blockers; NBQX, 20 μM; <t>D‐AP5,</t> 50 μM; picrotoxinin, 50 μM) and after the addition of capsaicin (1 μM). Middle panel, similar to left panel with the additional constant presence of TTX. Right panel, control image in the presence of TTX and cadmium (150 μM) and after the introduction of capsaicin (1 μM). Notice that none of the experimental conditions was successful in preventing responses to capsaicin. Colour scale bar in arbitrary units. B , F / F 0 traces obtained from several CRs shown in different colours and superimposed in the same experimental conditions of the panels in A . C , summary plots from several experiments quantifying the peak of the F / F 0 response (left), its half‐width (middle) and latency (right).
    D Ap5, supplied by Alomone Labs, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Article Title: Expression of TRPV1 channels by Cajal‐Retzius cells and layer‐specific modulation of synaptic transmission by capsaicin in the mouse hippocampus

    Journal: The Journal of Physiology

    doi: 10.1113/JP275685

    Responses to capsaicin are not dependent on the integrity of synaptic transmission and/or action potential generation A , left panel, control image in the presence of antagonists of synaptic ionotropic receptors (syn blockers; NBQX, 20 μM; D‐AP5, 50 μM; picrotoxinin, 50 μM) and after the addition of capsaicin (1 μM). Middle panel, similar to left panel with the additional constant presence of TTX. Right panel, control image in the presence of TTX and cadmium (150 μM) and after the introduction of capsaicin (1 μM). Notice that none of the experimental conditions was successful in preventing responses to capsaicin. Colour scale bar in arbitrary units. B , F / F 0 traces obtained from several CRs shown in different colours and superimposed in the same experimental conditions of the panels in A . C , summary plots from several experiments quantifying the peak of the F / F 0 response (left), its half‐width (middle) and latency (right).
    Figure Legend Snippet: Responses to capsaicin are not dependent on the integrity of synaptic transmission and/or action potential generation A , left panel, control image in the presence of antagonists of synaptic ionotropic receptors (syn blockers; NBQX, 20 μM; D‐AP5, 50 μM; picrotoxinin, 50 μM) and after the addition of capsaicin (1 μM). Middle panel, similar to left panel with the additional constant presence of TTX. Right panel, control image in the presence of TTX and cadmium (150 μM) and after the introduction of capsaicin (1 μM). Notice that none of the experimental conditions was successful in preventing responses to capsaicin. Colour scale bar in arbitrary units. B , F / F 0 traces obtained from several CRs shown in different colours and superimposed in the same experimental conditions of the panels in A . C , summary plots from several experiments quantifying the peak of the F / F 0 response (left), its half‐width (middle) and latency (right).

    Techniques Used: Transmission Assay

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    Alomone Labs d ap5
    Responses to capsaicin are not dependent on the integrity of synaptic transmission and/or action potential generation A , left panel, control image in the presence of antagonists of synaptic ionotropic receptors (syn blockers; NBQX, 20 μM; <t>D‐AP5,</t> 50 μM; picrotoxinin, 50 μM) and after the addition of capsaicin (1 μM). Middle panel, similar to left panel with the additional constant presence of TTX. Right panel, control image in the presence of TTX and cadmium (150 μM) and after the introduction of capsaicin (1 μM). Notice that none of the experimental conditions was successful in preventing responses to capsaicin. Colour scale bar in arbitrary units. B , F / F 0 traces obtained from several CRs shown in different colours and superimposed in the same experimental conditions of the panels in A . C , summary plots from several experiments quantifying the peak of the F / F 0 response (left), its half‐width (middle) and latency (right).
    D Ap5, supplied by Alomone Labs, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 93/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Responses to capsaicin are not dependent on the integrity of synaptic transmission and/or action potential generation A , left panel, control image in the presence of antagonists of synaptic ionotropic receptors (syn blockers; NBQX, 20 μM; D‐AP5, 50 μM; picrotoxinin, 50 μM) and after the addition of capsaicin (1 μM). Middle panel, similar to left panel with the additional constant presence of TTX. Right panel, control image in the presence of TTX and cadmium (150 μM) and after the introduction of capsaicin (1 μM). Notice that none of the experimental conditions was successful in preventing responses to capsaicin. Colour scale bar in arbitrary units. B , F / F 0 traces obtained from several CRs shown in different colours and superimposed in the same experimental conditions of the panels in A . C , summary plots from several experiments quantifying the peak of the F / F 0 response (left), its half‐width (middle) and latency (right).

    Journal: The Journal of Physiology

    Article Title: Expression of TRPV1 channels by Cajal‐Retzius cells and layer‐specific modulation of synaptic transmission by capsaicin in the mouse hippocampus

    doi: 10.1113/JP275685

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Responses to capsaicin are not dependent on the integrity of synaptic transmission and/or action potential generation A , left panel, control image in the presence of antagonists of synaptic ionotropic receptors (syn blockers; NBQX, 20 μM; D‐AP5, 50 μM; picrotoxinin, 50 μM) and after the addition of capsaicin (1 μM). Middle panel, similar to left panel with the additional constant presence of TTX. Right panel, control image in the presence of TTX and cadmium (150 μM) and after the introduction of capsaicin (1 μM). Notice that none of the experimental conditions was successful in preventing responses to capsaicin. Colour scale bar in arbitrary units. B , F / F 0 traces obtained from several CRs shown in different colours and superimposed in the same experimental conditions of the panels in A . C , summary plots from several experiments quantifying the peak of the F / F 0 response (left), its half‐width (middle) and latency (right).

    Article Snippet: D‐AP5, NBQX, QX314‐Cl, and TTX were purchased from Alomone Labs (Jerusalem, Israel).

    Techniques: Transmission Assay