All Relations between taste perception and central amygdaloid nucleus

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J D Pomonis, D C Jewett, C M Kotz, J E Briggs, C J Billington, A S Levin. Sucrose consumption increases naloxone-induced c-Fos immunoreactivity in limbic forebrain. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology vol 278 issue 3 2000 10712293 The data from this study indicate that the central nucleus of the amygdala has a key role in the integration of gustatory, hedonic, and autonomic signals as they relate to sucrose consumption, if not to food intake regulation in general. 2000-06-20 2022-01-08 rat
O Galaverna, L A De Luca, J Schulkin, S Z Yao, A N Epstei. Deficits in NaCl ingestion after damage to the central nucleus of the amygdala in the rat. Brain research bulletin vol 28 issue 1 1992 1540849 These findings suggest that lesions to the central nucleus of the amygdala produce a global impairment in salt intake behaviors that is possibly due to an alteration in the central processing of the salt taste signal. 1992-04-09 2022-01-09 rat
T Hayama, H Ogaw. Electrophysiological evidence of collateral projections of parabrachio-thalamic relay neurons. Neuroscience letters vol 83 issue 1-2 1988 2831480 the ipsi- and contralateral thalamic taste area (TTAs) and the ipsilateral central nucleus of the amygdala (CA). 1988-04-12 2022-01-07 Not clear
R Norgre. Taste pathways to hypothalamus and amygdala. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 166 issue 1 1976 1262547 The electrophysiological data demonstrate that pontine gustatory units can be antidromically activated by electrodes located in or near the central nucleus of the amygdala. 1976-07-06 2022-01-07 rat
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