Rostral dorsolateral pontine neurons with sympathetic nerve-related activity.

@article{Barman1999RostralDP,
  title={Rostral dorsolateral pontine neurons with sympathetic nerve-related activity.},
  author={Susan M Barman and G L Gebber and Heather L Kitchens},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={276 2 Pt 2},
  pages={H401-12}
}
Spike-triggered averaging, arterial pulse-triggered analysis, and coherence analysis were used to classify rostral dorsolateral pontine (RDLP) neurons into groups whose naturally occurring discharges were correlated to only the 10-Hz rhythm (n = 29), to only the cardiac-related rhythm (n = 15), and to both rhythms (n = 15) in inferior cardiac sympathetic nerve discharge (SND) of urethan-anesthetized cats. Most of the neurons with activity correlated to only the cardiac-related rhythm were… CONTINUE READING

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