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Areas in the amygdala necessary to the operation of the vagosympathetic pressor reflex. Experientia 1979 Jan 15;35(1):57-9

Date

01/15/1979

Pubmed ID

421798

DOI

10.1007/bf01917875

Abstract

Lesions of portions of the basal and cortical amygdaloid nuclei and the stria terminalis reversed or abolished arterial pressor responses to ipsilateral centripetal vagal stimulation (CVS). Destruction of these particular limbic structures in the rat did not affect cardiopulmonary responses to CVS.

Author List

Lang IM, Innes DL, Tansy MF

Author

Ivan M. Lang DVM, PhD Professor in the Medicine department at Medical College of Wisconsin




MESH terms used to index this publication - Major topics in bold

Amygdala
Animals
Blood Pressure
Brain Mapping
Electric Stimulation
Female
Male
Rats
Vagus Nerve
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