Histamine‐immunoreactive neurons in the mouse and rat suprachiasmatic nucleus

@article{Michelsen2005HistamineimmunoreactiveNI,
  title={Histamine‐immunoreactive neurons in the mouse and rat suprachiasmatic nucleus},
  author={K. Michelsen and A. Lozada and J. Kaslin and K. Karlstedt and T. Kukko-Lukjanov and I. Holopainen and H. Ohtsu and P. Panula},
  journal={European Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={22}
}
Among the well‐established roles of the neurotransmitter histamine (HA) is that as a regulator of the sleep–wake cycle, which early gained HA a reputation as a ‘waking substance’. The tuberomammillary nucleus (TMN) of the posterior hypothalamus, which contains the sole source of neuronal HA in the brain, is reciprocally connected to the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) which, in turn, is best known as the pacemaker of circadian rhythms in mammals. We report HA‐immunoreactive (‐ir) neurons in the… Expand
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