Frank Halloran

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The brainstem nucleus, locus coeruleus (LC), is the major, if not the sole, source of noradrenergic (NE) innervation of the telencephalon. It is generally held that LC neurons project diffusely to the entire neuroaxis and this had been the basis for theories that postulate 'general' functions (sleep, attention, learning, etc.) for LC. We report that at(More)
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