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Crypto-rhombomeres of the mouse medulla oblongata, defined by molecular and morphological features.
Tomás-Roca L, et al. Brain Struct Funct 2016. PMID 25381007
The medulla oblongata is the caudal portion of the vertebrate hindbrain. It contains major ascending and descending fiber tracts as well as several motor and interneuron populations, including neural centers that regulate the visceral functions and the maintenance of bodily homeostasis. ...As a result of this approach, we conclude that the mouse medulla oblongata is segmentally organized, similarly as in avian embryos. ...
The medulla oblongata is the caudal portion of the vertebrate hindbrain. It contains major ascending and descending fiber trac …
Experimental study of medullary trigeminal evoked potentials: development of a new method of intraoperative monitoring of the medulla oblongata.
Oikawa T, et al. J Neurosurg 2000. PMID 10883907
Based on the fact that the spinal trigeminal nucleus and tract are located in the lateral portion of the medulla oblongata, the authors intended to investigate the efficacy of trigeminal evoked potentials (TEPs) in intraoperative monitoring for assessing functions of the medulla oblongata. ...CONCLUSIONS: These results suggest that M-TEPs obtained from the dorsolateral portion of the medulla oblongata by electrical stimulation of the trigeminal nerve are clinically applicable as a new means of intraoperative monitoring of the functions of the medulla oblongata....
Based on the fact that the spinal trigeminal nucleus and tract are located in the lateral portion of the medulla oblongata, th …
[Role of structures of the ventrolateral medulla oblongata in the regulation of cardiovascular activity].
Shapoval LN. Neirofiziologiia 1992 - Review. PMID 1494383 Russian.
The review presents information on morphology, afferent and efferent connections of the ventrolateral medulla, mediator characteristics of neurons within the rostral and caudal parts of the ventrolateral division of the medulla, functional organization of the structures involved in the cardiovascular control....
The review presents information on morphology, afferent and efferent connections of the ventrolateral medulla, mediator characteristi …
Morphometric development of the posterior funicular nucleus in the human medulla oblongata.
Ma X, et al. Okajimas Folia Anat Jpn 2006. PMID 16944836 Free article.
Using serial sections of 11 human brains of fetuses 18-40 weeks of gestation (WG), 2-month-old infant and 63-year-old adult, we conducted the quantitative analysis of the development of the posterior funicular nucleus (PFN) in the medulla oblongata. ...Developmental differences of the three nuclei of the PFN in the medulla oblongata are presented and discussed from the morphological and morphometric point of view....
Using serial sections of 11 human brains of fetuses 18-40 weeks of gestation (WG), 2-month-old infant and 63-year-old adult, we conducted th …
Functional organization of the parabrachial complex and intertrigeminal region in the control of breathing
Chamberlin NL. Respir Physiol Neurobiol 2004 - Review. PMID 15519549
Although the medulla oblongata contains the epicenter for respiratory rhythm generation, many other parts of the neuraxis play significant substratal roles in breathing. ...
Although the medulla oblongata contains the epicenter for respiratory rhythm generation, many other parts of the neuraxis play …
C1 neurons: the body's EMTs
Guyenet PG, et al. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 2013 - Review. PMID 23697799 Free PMC article.
The C1 neurons reside in the rostral and intermediate portions of the ventrolateral medulla (RVLM, IVLM). They use glutamate as a fast transmitter and synthesize catecholamines plus various neuropeptides. ...
The C1 neurons reside in the rostral and intermediate portions of the ventrolateral medulla (RVLM, IVLM). They use glutamate as a fas …
Direct projections from the anterior pretectal nucleus to the ventral medulla oblongata in rats.
Zagon A, et al. Neuroscience 1995. PMID 7753399
It is believed that at least part of the descending inhibitory effects of the anterior pretectal nucleus are mediated by reticulospinal cells of the ventrolateral medulla. ...The existence of direct projections to the ventral medulla and pons correlates well with physiological data which showed that the descending, antinociceptive effects of the anterior pretectal nucleus are relayed via the rostral ventrolateral medulla. ...
It is believed that at least part of the descending inhibitory effects of the anterior pretectal nucleus are mediated by reticulospinal cell …
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