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Top-down acetylcholine signaling via olfactory bulb vasopressin cells contributes to social discrimination in rats

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Suyama, Hajime ; Egger, Veronica ; Lukas, Michael
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 17 Feb 2022 14:52


Social discrimination in rats requires activation of the intrinsic bulbar vasopressin system, but it is unclear how this system comes into operation, as olfactory nerve stimulation primarily inhibits bulbar vasopressin cells (VPCs). Here we show that stimulation with a conspecific can activate bulbar VPCs, indicating that VPC activation depends on more than olfactory cues during social ...


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