Abstract| Volume 177, ISSUE 1, P28, August 2013

Sensory signaling in the enteric nervous system

      The gastrointestinal tract is able to control and regulate all its functions independently from the central nervous system (CNS). This is achieved via the enteric nervous system (ENS), a network of neurons located inside the gut wall, which is capable to sense, transduce and respond to chemical and mechanical stimuli.
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