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“…The LSA receives a dense catecholaminergic innervation arising via the medial forebrain bundle from brainstem noradrenergic cell groups located in the nucleus tractus solitarii, which is the first synaptic relay of the baroreflex pathway within the central nervous system; ventrolateral medulla and locus coeruleus (Vertes, 1988; Antonopoulos et al 2004). Fibres from the aortic arch innervate an area of the nucleus tractus solitarii rich in catecholamine‐containing neurons (Katz & Karten, 1979). Moreover, baroreflex loading or unloading increases the number of Fos‐immunoreactive neurons in brainstem nuclei containing noradrenergic cells (McKitrick et al 1992; Li & Dampney, 1994).…”
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“…The LSA receives a dense catecholaminergic innervation arising via the medial forebrain bundle from brainstem noradrenergic cell groups located in the nucleus tractus solitarii, which is the first synaptic relay of the baroreflex pathway within the central nervous system; ventrolateral medulla and locus coeruleus (Vertes, 1988; Antonopoulos et al 2004). Fibres from the aortic arch innervate an area of the nucleus tractus solitarii rich in catecholamine‐containing neurons (Katz & Karten, 1979). Moreover, baroreflex loading or unloading increases the number of Fos‐immunoreactive neurons in brainstem nuclei containing noradrenergic cells (McKitrick et al 1992; Li & Dampney, 1994).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Consequently, cardiovascular reflexes, including the baro-and chemoreffexes, are presumed to be integrated here (Gabriel and Seller, 1970;Palkovits and Zaborszky, 1977;Wallach and Loewy, 1980;Ciriello, 1983). In rats, cats, and rabbits, sensory fibres from baroreceptors in the aortic arch and carotid sinus terminate specifically in the medial, interstitial (Ciriello, 1983), commissural, dorsal, dorsolateral [corresponding to the subnucleus sulcalis dorsalis, as reported for the pigeon by Katz and Karten (1979)1, and intermediate nuclei (Lipski et al, 1972;Kalia and Welles, 1980;Panneton and Loewy, 1980;Wallach and Loewy, 1980;Ciriello et al, 1981a,b). It is here that the first synapse in the chemo-and baroreceptor reflexes, between the primary afferents and the secondary neurons, occurs (Seller and Illert, 1969;Gabriel and Seller, 1970;Davies and Edwards, 1973;Palkovits and Zaborszky, 1977).…”
Section: Substance P-like-immunoreactive Neurons Throughout the Subnumentioning
“…The peptide NPY may play a role in avian cardiovascular regulation based on the presence of NPY-immunoreactive cells in NTS subnucleus LDi, which is a recipient of vagal aortic afferents (Katz and Karten, 1979). NPY-immunoreactive LDi cells have a substantial projection to the parabrachial region and the ventrolateral medulla (unpublished observations), which contains vagal preganglionic motor neurons that innervate the heart (Cabot et al, 1991).…”
Section: Galaninmentioning
“…The lack of LDa projections to the medial tier of NTS and DMNX is consistent with a role for this subnucleus in cardiovascular regulation. The LDa is the recipient of a discrete projection from the aortic nerve (Katz and Karten, 1979). The CCK-containing cells of LDa have considerable axonal projections to the parabrachial nucleus and ventrolateral medulla (Berk et al, 1993b;unpublished observations) and could secondarily relay blood pressure information to these sites.…”
Section: Peptidergic Local and Commissural Projectionsmentioning