Julius H. Comroe, Jr., distinguished lecture: central chemoreception: then ... and now.

@article{Nattie2011JuliusHC,
  title={Julius H. Comroe, Jr., distinguished lecture: central chemoreception: then ... and now.},
  author={Eugene Edward Nattie},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={110 1},
  pages={1-8}
}
The 2010 Julius H. Comroe, Jr., Lecture of the American Physiological Society focuses on evolving ideas in chemoreception for CO₂/pH in terms of what is "sensed," where it is sensed, and how the sensed information is used physiologically. Chemoreception is viewed as involving neurons (and glia) at many sites within the hindbrain, including, but not limited to, the retrotrapezoid nucleus, the medullary raphe, the locus ceruleus, the nucleus tractus solitarius, the lateral hypothalamus (orexin… CONTINUE READING

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