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Further more, the neurochemistry of these regions is becoming available with the 2. Brain Stem a n d Cerebellar M e c h a n i s m s 43 advent of new sensitive techniques. Obviously, a large gap exists between the knowledge currently held a n d a full u n d e r s t a n d i n g of how the b r a i n orchestrates the autonomic nervous system. A close a n d continued anal ysis of the physiology and synaptology of the interconnections of these areas seems warranted. F u r t h e r m o r e , more emphasis should be placed on the role of the new peptides, such as the endorphins, as well as some of the less investigated amines a n d a m i n o acids.
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VI. A. NEUROTRANSMITTERS POTENTIALLY INVOLVED IN CENTRAL CARDIOVASCULAR R E G U L A T I O N Acetylcholine Involvement of CNS cholinergic processes in regulatory mechanisms i m p o r t a n t to central control of cardiovascular dynamics is poorly under stood. T h i s derives in part from a lack of adequate localization a n d m a p p i n g of acetylcholine containing n e u r o n s in the b r a i n . W i t h regard to structures presumed i m p o r t a n t to central autonomic regulation, acetylcholine has been localized in relatively high concentrations in the nuclei of the cranial nerves including dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus, in the dorsal raphe complex, and i n t e r p e d u n c u l a r nucleus (McGeer et ah, 1978).
Neural Control of Circulation by Maysie J. Hughes