Neuronal control of the ventromedial nucleus from the periventricular nucleus in the hypothalamic slice of the rat

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SHIBATA, S., Y. OOMURA AND N. HORI. Neuronal control of the ventromedial nucleus from the periventricular nucleus in the hypothalamic slice of the rat. BRAIN RES. BULL. 8(6) 613-616, 1982.-A neuronal pathway between periventricular nucleus and ventromedial hypothalamus (VMH) was investigated by both anatomical and electrophysiological methods. Horseradish peroxidase (HRP)-labelled clusters were observed in the periventricular nucleus after application of HRP into the VMH. Periventricular nucleus stimulation produced mainly excitation of VMH neurones with a latency of 3 msec. These results suggest that periventricular nucleus sends information in the cerebro-spinal fluid to the VMH. © 1982.

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Shibata, S., Oomura, Y., & Hori, N. (1982). Neuronal control of the ventromedial nucleus from the periventricular nucleus in the hypothalamic slice of the rat. Brain Research Bulletin, 8(6), 613–616. https://doi.org/10.1016/0361-9230(82)90088-0

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