Central respiratory drive-related activity in sympathetic nerves of the rat: the regional differences.

@article{Numao1987CentralRD,
  title={Central respiratory drive-related activity in sympathetic nerves of the rat: the regional differences.},
  author={Yoshinobu Numao and N Koshiya and M. P. Gilbey and K. M. Spyer},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={1987},
  volume={81 3},
  pages={279-84}
}
In halothane-anaesthetized, vagotomized, SA-denervated rats, the activity of various sympathetic nerves has been analyzed with respect to phrenic nerve discharge (an indicator of central respiratory drive (CRD)). The cervical and lumbar sympathetic nerves had maximal activity following, and were least active during phrenic nerve discharge. In contrast, the splanchnic, cardiac, renal and adrenal nerves exhibited their activity peak during phrenic nerve discharge (i.e. inspiration). Similar… CONTINUE READING

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