Rostrocaudal differences in sympathetic preganglionic neurons and their innervation

The sympathetic nervous system was originally thought to act in an undifferentiated way to allow an animal to respond appropriately to life-threatening situations. However, over the past two decades, it has become increasingly clear that central control of sympathetic outflow is differential, permitting specific functional groups of sympathetic preganglionic neurons to respond in different ways

SP V Intact 'SP 2wkJ)T

SP V Intact 'SP 2wkJ)T

NPY Intact NPY r2wkTX

Was this article helpful?

0 0

Post a comment