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The basal forebrain cholinergic system as target for cell replacement therapy in Parkinson’s disease

Characterizing a new tool to manipulate area postrema GLP1R+ neurons across species

Etonogestrel promotes respiratory recovery in an in vivo rat model of central chemoreflex impairment

A role of frontal association cortex in long-term object recognition memory of objects with complex features in rats

Regulation of ethanol-mediated dopamine elevation by glycine receptors located on cholinergic interneurons in the nucleus accumbens

Sensory spinal interoceptive pathways and energy balance regulation

Partial loss of KNDy neurons in prenatally androgen treated female rats alters the LH secretion and ovarian morphology in a model of polycystic ovary syndrome

Submaximal loss of KNDy neurons accelerates and amplifies pulsatile LH secretion in female rats

Regulation of nociception threshold by norepinephrine through adrenergic α2 receptor in rat models of Parkinson’s disease

Autonomic nerve and its modulation approaches for heart failure

Zhang H, Zhu Y, Chen S, Deng K, Zheng M, Zeng Z, Wang Q, Cai H, Lu Z (2023) Autonomic nerve and its modulation approaches for heart failure. Brain & Heart doi: 10.36922/bh.0913

Objective: Authors review neural modulation approaches that can assist in the management of heart failure.

Summary: The autonomic nervous system governs the heart’s neurological regulation through opposing functions of its sympathetic and parasympathetic components. Potential treatments for heart failure include inhibiting the sympathetic nerve’s overactivity and restoring parasympathetic activity in the heart. CTB-SAP was used to ablate cardiac sympathetic neurons via retrograde transport on stellate ganglion neurons.

Usage: CTB-SAP was injected into the right superior vervical ganglion of adult male Sprague-Dawley rats (50 ug/rat).

Related Products: CTB-SAP (Cat. #IT-14)

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