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A survey of oral cavity afferents to the rat nucleus tractus solitarii
Visualization of myelinated fiber arrangements, cytoarchitecture, and projection fields of afferent fibers in tandem revealed input target selectivity in identified subdivisions of the nucleusExpand
Activity Patterns Govern Synapse-Specific AMPA Receptor Trafficking between Deliverable and Synaptic Pools
In single neurons, glutamatergic synapses receiving distinct afferent inputs may contain AMPA receptors (-Rs) with unique subunit compositions. However, the cellular mechanisms by which differentialExpand
Postnatal development of chorda tympani axons in the rat nucleus of the solitary tract
The chorda tympani nerve (CT), one of three nerves that convey gustatory information to the nucleus of the solitary tract (NTS), displays terminal field reorganization after postnatal day 15 in theExpand
Monosynaptic convergence of chorda tympani and glossopharyngeal afferents onto ascending relay neurons in the nucleus of the solitary tract: A high‐resolution confocal and correlative electron
Physiological studies suggest convergence of chorda tympani and glossopharyngeal afferent axons onto single neurons of the rostral nucleus of the solitary tract (rNTS), but anatomical evidence hasExpand
Sensory activity differentially modulates N-methyl-d-aspartate receptor subunits 2A and 2B in cortical layers
Activity-dependent modulation of N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) receptors containing selective NR2 subunits has been implicated in plastic processes in developing and adult sensory cortex. Aiming toExpand
Morphology and connectivity of parabrachial and cortical inputs to gustatory thalamus in rats
The ventroposterior medialis parvocellularis (VPMpc) nucleus of the thalamus, the thalamic relay nucleus for gustatory sensation, receives primary input from the parabrachial nucleus, and projects toExpand
Physiological and anatomical properties of intramedullary projection neurons in rat rostral nucleus of the solitary tract.
The rostral nucleus of the solitary tract (rNTS), the first-order relay of gustatory information, not only transmits sensory information to more rostral brain areas but also connects to various brainExpand
Physiological and Anatomical Properties of Intramedullary Projection Neurons in the Rat Rostral 1 Nucleus of the Solitary Tract 2 3
1 Nucleus of the Solitary Tract 2 3 James A. Corson and Robert M. Bradley 4 5 Running head: Properties of rNTS Intramedullary Projection Neurons 6 7 1. Department of Biologic and Materials Sciences 8Expand