Histaminergic system in the tree shrew brain.

@article{Airaksinen1989HistaminergicSI,
  title={Histaminergic system in the tree shrew brain.},
  author={Matti S Airaksinen and Gabriele Fl{\"u}gge and Eberhard Fuchs and Pertti Panula},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1989},
  volume={286 3},
  pages={289-310}
}
This study mapped the histamine-immunoreactive neuronal system in the brain of the tree shrew (Tupaia belangeri) and compared its structure with that of the rat and guinea pig. The histamine-containing cell bodies lay in the posterior ventral hypothalamus in the tuberomammillary complex, as in the rodents. The morphology of this complex resembled that of the rat. The histaminergic axons projected to nearly all parts of the brain. The main ascending bundle ran ventromedially: the densest… CONTINUE READING