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Brainstem Neurons Encode Sweet Tastes

News   May 14, 2019 | Original story from National Institute for Physiological Sciences

 
Brainstem Neurons Encode Sweet Tastes

SatB2-expressing neurons localized in the parabrachial nucleus (PBN) of the mouse brainstem encode positive valance and selectively transmit sweet taste signals to the gustatory thalamus (VPMpc). Credit: Ken-ichiro Nakajima / National Institute for Physiological Sciences

 
 
 

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