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Role of A1/A2 neurons in the dysregulation of vasopressin release and dilutional hyponatremia in liver disease

Aikins A, Little J, Cunningham, J (2021) Role of A1/A2 neurons in the dysregulation of vasopressin release and dilutional hyponatremia in liver disease. FASEB J 35(1). Experimental Biology 2021 Meeting Abstracts doi: 10.1096/fasebj.2021.35.S1.04975

Summary: Experiments suggest that A1/A2 neurons could be involved in the increased plasma AVP seen in male BDL rats as well as the decreased plasma osmolality.

Usage: Selective lesioning of the supraoptic nucleus (SON)-projecting A1/A2 norepinephrine neurons was achieved using anti-DBH-SAP.

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