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Neural organisation and control of the baroreceptor reflex

  • K. Michael Spyer
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Part of the Reviews of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology book series (volume 88)

Keywords

Carotid Sinus Fastigial Nucleus Nucleus Ambiguus Carotid Sinus Nerve Neural Organisation 
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Abbreviations

AN

Aortic nerve

BVM

Preganglionic bronchomotor neurone

C

Cervical spinal cord

CVM

Preganglionic cardiac vagal motoneurone

DLF

Dorsolateral funiculus

DLH

Di-homocysteic acid

DNV

Dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus

ECG

Electrocardiogram

5HT

5-hydroxytryptamine

IC

Intercostal

IML

Intermediolateral cell column

IMM

Intermediomedial cell column

LRN

Lateral reticular nucleus

NA

Nucleus ambiguus

NPR

Paramedian reticular nucleus

NTS

Nucleus of the tractus solitarius

SN

Sinus nerve

T

Thoracic spinal cord

TS

Tractus solitarius

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  • K. Michael Spyer
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PhysiologyRoyal Free Hospital School of MedicineLondonGreat Britain

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