2017 journal article

Distinct neuronal populations in the basolateral and central amygdala are activated with acute pain, conditioned fear, and fear-conditioned analgesia


By: R. Butler n, S. Ehling n, M. Barbar n, J. Thomas n, M. Hughes n, C. Smith n, V. Pogorelov*, D. Aryal* ...

author keywords: Nociception; Contextual fear; Fear-conditioned analgesia; Amygdala; cFos; Neural circuits
MeSH headings : Acute Pain / physiopathology; Amygdala / physiopathology; Analgesia / methods; Animals; Central Amygdaloid Nucleus / metabolism; Conditioning, Psychological / physiology; Fear / physiology; Male; Mice, Inbred C57BL; Neurons / metabolism; Pain Management; Periaqueductal Gray / metabolism; Periaqueductal Gray / physiopathology
TL;DR: The results show that amygdala processing of conditioned contextual aversive, nociceptive, and FCA behaviors involve different neuronal phenotypes and neural circuits between, within, and from various amygdala nuclei. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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