Habituated

REM SD 24 hr REM SD 72 hr

Figure 5.1. This representation illustrates the distribution of areas within the diencephalon and brainstem where increases in VIP receptor density were observed in comparison to control. The black dots indicate the structures where the changes occurred and size of the dots portrays areas where large changes were observed, while small dots portray smaller changes (Jimenez-Anguiano, García-García, Mendoza-Ramirez, Duran-Vazquez, and Drucker-Colín 1996) (Abbreviations: A5, noradrenaline cells; AVDM, anteroventral thalamic nucleus; BLA, basolateral amygdaloid nucleus; CA1, field CA1 of Ammon's horn; CbL2, cerebellar lobule 2; CGM, central gray medial; Cx, cortex; IV V, choroid plexus of IV ventricle; LDTg, laterodorsal tegmental nucleus; LPB, lateral parabrachial nucleus; LR, lateral recess of 4th ventricle; LSO, lateral superior olive; MGM, medial geniculate nucleus; MP, mammillary peduncle; PDTg, posterodorsal tegmental nucleus; PVA, paraventricular thalamic nucleus; RMg, raphe magnus nucleus; RPn, raphe pontis nucleus; SubCA, subcoeruleus nucleus alpha; VPL, ventral posterolateral thalamic nucleus; VPM, ventral posteromedial thalamic nucleus).

Figure 5.1. This representation illustrates the distribution of areas within the diencephalon and brainstem where increases in VIP receptor density were observed in comparison to control. The black dots indicate the structures where the changes occurred and size of the dots portrays areas where large changes were observed, while small dots portray smaller changes (Jimenez-Anguiano, García-García, Mendoza-Ramirez, Duran-Vazquez, and Drucker-Colín 1996) (Abbreviations: A5, noradrenaline cells; AVDM, anteroventral thalamic nucleus; BLA, basolateral amygdaloid nucleus; CA1, field CA1 of Ammon's horn; CbL2, cerebellar lobule 2; CGM, central gray medial; Cx, cortex; IV V, choroid plexus of IV ventricle; LDTg, laterodorsal tegmental nucleus; LPB, lateral parabrachial nucleus; LR, lateral recess of 4th ventricle; LSO, lateral superior olive; MGM, medial geniculate nucleus; MP, mammillary peduncle; PDTg, posterodorsal tegmental nucleus; PVA, paraventricular thalamic nucleus; RMg, raphe magnus nucleus; RPn, raphe pontis nucleus; SubCA, subcoeruleus nucleus alpha; VPL, ventral posterolateral thalamic nucleus; VPM, ventral posteromedial thalamic nucleus).

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