Frequency dependence of synaptic transmission in nucleus of the solitary tract in vitro.

  • R. N. Miles
  • Published 1986 in Journal of neurophysiology

Abstract

Afferent fibers from visceral sensory receptors enter the medulla oblongata, form the solitary tract, and synapse with neurons in the nucleus of the solitary tract. In the present study longitudinal slices were prepared from guinea pig medulla in order to examine the properties of transmission at these synapses in vitro. Synaptic responses to selective… (More)

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@article{Miles1986FrequencyDO, title={Frequency dependence of synaptic transmission in nucleus of the solitary tract in vitro.}, author={R. N. Miles}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={1986}, volume={55 5}, pages={1076-90} }