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Role of cerebral arterial blood in the regulation of brain temperature in the monkey.
The concept of the role of the cerebral arterial blood in homeothermy of the brain in the primate is applicable as a general approach to the study of brain temperature and temperature regulation in other mammals. Expand
A comparative study of the role of the cerebral arterial blood in the regulation of brain temperature in five mammals.
The influence of the nasal mucosa and the carotid rete upon hypothalamic temperature in sheep
1. In chronically‐prepared sheep, intracranial temperatures were measured in the cavernous sinus among the vessels of the carotid rete and at the circle of Willis extravascularly, and in the preoptic… Expand
Quantitative mapping of glutamate presynaptic terminals in the supraoptic nucleus and surrounding hypothalamus
Results suggest that glutamate is the predominant excitatory transmitter used for control of vasopressin/oxytocin cells and the relative contribution of glutamate neurotransmission to a particular region will depend, in part, on the number and type of competing non-glutamate terminals. Expand
Glutamate receptors in the rat hypothalamus and pituitary.
Although several recent anatomical and physiological studies indicate that glutamate receptors are likely to play a role in the regulation of various hypothalamic functions, no attempt has yet been… Expand
Respiratory neurones of the ventrolateral nucleus of the solitary tract of cat: vagal input, spinal connections and morphological identification.
The ‘inspiratory-vagal’ cells showed inspiratory activity even when lung expansion in the inspiratory phase was prohibited, thus resembling the Rβ cells of von Baumgarten and Kanzow. Expand
The localization of vasotocin and neurophysin neurons in the diencephalon of the pigeon, Columba livia
- M. L. Berk, T. Reaves, J. N. Hayward, J. Finkelstein
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of comparative neurology
- 1 February 1982
Vasotocin (VT) and neurophysin (NP)‐synthesizing neurons were demonstrated by immunocytochemistry in the diencephalon of the pigeon, Columba livia, and no differences were found in the location of VT and NP cell groups. Expand
Autonomic Basis for the Rise in Brain Temperature during Paradoxical Sleep
The persistence of peripheral vasoconstriction during paradoxical sleep in a hot environment suggests a disturbance in autonomic thermoregulatory control. Expand
Light and electron microscopic localization of glutamate immunoreactivity in the supraoptic nucleus of the rat hypothalamus
The pattern and characteristics of glutamate immunoreactivity in the supraoptic nucleus suggested the presence of two distinct glutamate pools, which may contain a large, labile metabolic pool of glutamate and the magnocellular neuroendocrine cells, which appear to receive glutamate synaptic input from a more stable pool. Expand