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Details for anatomical structure: spinal cord

EndoNet ID: ENC00357

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Synonyms

spinal cord, spinal marrow, medulla spinalis

General information

The elongated cylindrical portion of the cerebrospinal axis, or central nervous system, which is contained in the spinal or vertebral canal

Links to other resources

Cytomer cy0051799

Larger structures

    Substructures

      Secreted hormones

      • Hormone: NRG1-beta3

      • Hormone: neuregulin 1 isoform GGF2

      • Hormone: nociceptin

      • Hormone: Wnt-3

      • Hormone: NOV

      • Hormone: CTGF

      • Hormone: persephin

      • Hormone: NPB23

      • Hormone: NPB29

      • Hormone: CYR61

      • Hormone: slit-2 isoform 1 C-product

      • Hormone: slit-2 isoform 1 N-product

      • Hormone: TIP39

      • Hormone: Granulin-1

      • Hormone: galectin-1

      Receptors

      • Receptor: frizzled 10

      • Receptor: NMU-R1

      • Receptor: NMU-R2

      • Receptor: ROBO2

      • Receptor: ROBO1

      • Receptor: CB1

      • Receptor: Transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily V member 1

        Induced phenotype:

        • sensory perception of pain
          • VR1 is essential for selective modalities of pain sensation and for tissue injury-induced thermal hyperalgesia. [1]
          • Inflammatory mediators augment nociceptor thermal responsiveness, in part, through their actions on VR1. [1]
      • Receptor: OPRL1

      Reference