Morphological differences between planes of section do not influence the electrophysiological properties of identified rat dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus neurons.

@article{Valenzuela2004MorphologicalDB,
  title={Morphological differences between planes of section do not influence the electrophysiological properties of identified rat dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus neurons.},
  author={Isabel Martinez-Pe{\~n}a y Valenzuela and Kirsteen N Browning and R Alberto Travagli},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2004},
  volume={1003 1-2},
  pages={54-60}
}
Recent cytoarchitectonic studies have shown that the dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus (DMV) comprises neurons with different morphological features. Our own studies, conducted in horizontal brainstem slices, have shown that DMV neurons projecting to stomach areas can be distinguished from neurons projecting to the intestine on the basis of their electrophysiological as well as morphological properties. The majority of the in vitro experimental investigations, however, have been conducted on… CONTINUE READING

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