Function of the ventrolateral medulla in the control of the circulation
Distribution and morphology of vasopressin‐, neurophysin II‐, and oxytocin‐immunoreactive cell bodies in the forebrain of the cat
- M. M. Caverson, J. Ciriello, F. Calaresu, T. L. Krukoff
- BiologyThe Journal of comparative neurology
- 8 May 1987
Several forebrain areas were observed to contain only AVP‐IR perikarya: the suprachiasmatic nucleus (Sc), the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis, and the region of the substantia innominata and ventral globus pallidus (SI/GP).
Neuropeptide and serotonin immunoreactive neurons in the cat ventrolateral medulla
Hypothalamic orexin-A (hypocretin-1) neuronal projections to the vestibular complex and cerebellum in the rat
Cardiovascular afferent inputs to neurons in the ventrolateral medulla projecting directly to the central autonomic area of the thoracic cord in the cat
Effect of estrogen on vagal afferent projections to the brainstem in the female
Lesions of the paraventricular nucleus alter the development of spontaneous hypertension in the rat
Contribution of paraventricular nucleus to afferent renal nerve pressor response.
It is suggested that this renal-paraventricular reflex loop may contribute to the elevated arterial pressure and AVP release during conditions when ARN are activated and sensory information originating in renal receptors excites magnocellular neurosecretory neurons in PVH.
Lateral hypothalamic and peripheral cardiovascular afferent inputs to ventrolateral medullary neurons
Co-localization of hypocretin-1 and leucine-enkephalin in hypothalamic neurons projecting to the nucleus of the solitary tract and their effect on arterial pressure