Hypothalamic projections of medullary catecholamine neurons in the rabbit: a combined catecholamine fluorescence and HRP transport study.

@article{Blessing1982HypothalamicPO,
  title={Hypothalamic projections of medullary catecholamine neurons in the rabbit: a combined catecholamine fluorescence and HRP transport study.},
  author={William Walter Blessing and Christine B. Jaeger and David A. Ruggiero and Donald J. Reis},
  journal={Brain research bulletin},
  year={1982},
  volume={9 1-6},
  pages={279-86}
}
Injections of horseradish peroxidase into the rabbit hypothalamus, centered on the paraventricular nucleus, result in retrograde transport to A1 and A2 neurons in the medulla oblongata, in a bilateral distribution with ipsilateral predominance. Some HRP labeled cells in both A1 and A2 areas do not exhibit a positive histochemical reaction for catecholamines, but, in the A1 area, nearly all HRP-positive neurons are catecholamine-containing A1 cells. Injection of radioisotope into the A1 area of… CONTINUE READING
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