Central neural pathways for thermoregulation.

@article{Morrison2011CentralNP,
  title={Central neural pathways for thermoregulation.},
  author={Shaun F. Morrison and Kazuhiro Nakamura},
  journal={Frontiers in bioscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={
          74-104
        }
}
Central neural circuits orchestrate a homeostatic repertoire to maintain body temperature during environmental temperature challenges and to alter body temperature during the inflammatory response. This review summarizes the functional organization of the neural pathways through which cutaneous thermal receptors alter thermoregulatory effectors: the cutaneous circulation for heat loss, the brown adipose tissue, skeletal muscle and heart for thermogenesis and species-dependent mechanisms… CONTINUE READING

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