CNS location of uterine-related neurons revealed by trans-synaptic tracing with pseudorabies virus and their relation to estrogen receptor-immunoreactive neurons.

@article{Papka1998CNSLO,
  title={CNS location of uterine-related neurons revealed by trans-synaptic tracing with pseudorabies virus and their relation to estrogen receptor-immunoreactive neurons.},
  author={Raymond E. Papka and Sylvain Williams and Kenneth E. Miller and T. Copelin and Pawan Puri},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={1998},
  volume={84 3},
  pages={935-52}
}
Retrograde, transneuronal tracing with Bartha's strain of pseudorabies virus was used in rats to identify spinal cord, brainstem and hypothalamic loci of uterine-related neurons that could function in the regulation of uterine activity. Based on the premise that estrogen might influence such uterine-related neurons, the existence of estrogen receptors in neurons in these same loci was examined. Viral injections were made into the uterine cervix, body and cervical end of the uterine horns, and… CONTINUE READING
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