Under the supervision of President of Karbala University, Prof. Dr. Basem Khalil Nayel and the supervision of the Faculty Dean, Prof. Dr. Wefaq Al-Bazi, The Division of Continuinug Education at the College of Veterinary Medicine / University of Kerbala organized an electronic workshop entitled: Detection of the Mechanoreceptor in the Subcutaneous Tissue
Where the workshop was presented by Assistant Prof. Mona Hussein Hassan, a teacher at the College of Veterinary Medicine / University of Kerbala, and Eng. Uday Allawi Jassim, a teacher at the College of Veterinary Medicine / University of Tikrit, and it took place at 9 am on the zoom platform. With the participation of a number of researchers.
The workshop aimed to introduce the participants to a brief overview of the mechanism of identifying mechanical sensory receptors in the subcutaneous tissues and their role in transmitting nerve sensations.
The mechanical receptors are a group of somatosensory receptors. So they rely on the mechanism of transmitting signals within cells that are received through channels affecting the contraction. The stimuli can be touch, pressure, stretching, sound, or movement stimuli. These mechanical receptors are mostly found in the superficial skin or the deeper layers of the skin. However, it can also be found near the bone. These mechanical receptors can either be encapsulated or non-encapsulated.
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