Spino (trigemino) parabrachiohypothalamic pathway: electrophysiological evidence for an involvement in pain processes.

@article{Bester1995SpinoP,
  title={Spino (trigemino) parabrachiohypothalamic pathway: electrophysiological evidence for an involvement in pain processes.},
  author={Helmut Bester and L. C. Antonio Menendez and Jean Marie Besson and Jean François Bernard},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={73 2},
  pages={568-85}
}
1. Parabrachiohypothalamic (PB-H) neurons (n = 71) were recorded with extracellular micropipettes in the parabrachial (PB) area and were antidromically driven from the ventromedial nucleus (VMH) or the retrochiasmatic area (RCh) of the hypothalamus, in the anesthetized rat. The spontaneous activity of these neurons was very low, (10th percentile < median frequency < 90th percentile were 0.01 < 0.2 < 7 Hz). The axons of these neurons exhibited a very slow conduction velocity in the range of 0.2… CONTINUE READING

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