Melatonin inhibits rat medial vestibular nucleus neuron activity in vitro.

Abstract

The present study evaluated the effects of melatonin on the discharge rate of tonically active medial vestibular nucleus (MVN) neurons in an in vitro slice preparation of the rat dorsal brainstem. The results demonstrated that, when melatonin was applied to the slice for a period of 7-10 min, a decrease in MVN neuron firing rate was observed in 21/58 (36… (More)

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