CHAPTER 1.3 - The Neuronatomy of the Serotonergic System

@inproceedings{Hornung2010CHAPTER1,
  title={CHAPTER 1.3 - The Neuronatomy of the Serotonergic System},
  author={J. Hornung},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Neurons using serotonin as a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system are restricted to the brainstem, centered on the midline raphe nuclei, extending into the subnuclei of the lateral reticular formation. These neurons divide into two populations. A rostral group resides in the midbrain and rostral pons (caudal linear, dorsal and median raphe nuclei), with a major projection targeted to the forebrain. A caudal group located in the caudal pons and the medulla (raphe magnus… CONTINUE READING

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