Vestibular afferents to the dorsal vagal complex: substrate for vestibular-autonomic interactions in the rat.

@article{Ruggiero1996VestibularAT,
  title={Vestibular afferents to the dorsal vagal complex: substrate for vestibular-autonomic interactions in the rat.},
  author={David A. Ruggiero and E P Mtui and Kanao Otake and Muhammad Zubair Anwar},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={1996},
  volume={743 1-2},
  pages={294-302}
}
Vestibular afferents to the nucleus tractus solitarii (NTS) were identified for the first time in the male Sprague-Dawley rat. Cells of vestibular origin were labeled by deposits of cholera toxin B (CT-B) centered on the general viscerosensory division of NTS and dorsal motor nucleus (DMX). Vestibular-visceral afferents derive from neurons concentrated at caudal levels of medial and inferior vestibular nuclei as observed in other species. Vestibular afferent processes were labeled in the NTS… CONTINUE READING

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