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The hypothalamus and its role in the mechanisms of anabatic and catabatic effects

, : The hypothalamus and its role in the mechanisms of anabatic and catabatic effects. Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal (Kiev) 24(5): 579-588

Neurophysiological and neurochemical mechanisms of the hypothalamus ascending (anabatic) and descending (catabatic) effects were studied in rabbits and humans. Changes in the electrical (including the neuron level), acetylcholinesterase activity of the motor and optic areas of the cerebral cortex were studied in rabbits by stimulation and destruction of the anterior and posterior hypothalamus structures. Neuropharmacological analysis of these effects was conducted.

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