Physiological and anatomical properties of intramedullary projection neurons in rat rostral nucleus of the solitary tract.

@article{Corson2013PhysiologicalAA,
  title={Physiological and anatomical properties of intramedullary projection neurons in rat rostral nucleus of the solitary tract.},
  author={J. Corson and R. Bradley},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={110 5},
  pages={
          1130-43
        }
}
The rostral nucleus of the solitary tract (rNTS), the first-order relay of gustatory information, not only transmits sensory information to more rostral brain areas but also connects to various brain stem sites responsible for orofacial reflex activities. While much is known regarding ascending projections to the parabrachial nucleus, intramedullary projections to the reticular formation (which regulate oromotor reflexive behaviors) remain relatively unstudied. The present study examined the… Expand
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