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- Preoptic-periventricular tissue (AV3V): central cholinergic-induced hydromineral and cardiovascular responses, and salt intake.
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- The periventricular tissue of the anterior ventral portion of the third ventricle (AV3V) is an important area for the control of hydromineral balance and of cardiovascular function. The present work discusses the importance of the integrity of the AV3V for multiple responses to central cholinergic activation (water intake, hypertension, natriuresis, salivation) and for the control of salt intake.
- Revista brasileira de biologia, v. 56 Su 1 Pt 2, p. 233-238.
- cardiovascular function
- cholinergic nerve
- electrolyte balance
- preoptic area
- Cardiovascular Physiology
- Cholinergic Fibers
- Preoptic Area
- Water-Electrolyte Balance
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