Wake-sleep, thermoregulatory, and autonomic effects of cholinergic activation of the lateral hypothalamus in the rat: a pilot study.

Abstract

A major role in the wake-promoting effects of the activation of the lateral hypothalamus (LH) has been ascribed to a population of orexin (ORX)-containing neurons that send projections to central areas which regulate Wake-Sleep and autonomic function. Since, in the rat, a substantial amount of ORX neurons receive cholinergic projections from cells involved… (More)
DOI: 10.12871/000398292015232

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