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|Brain: Tuber cinereum|
|Base of brain (Tuber cinerum visible at center).|
|Gray's||subject #189 813|
It houses the nuclei:
- tuberal nucleus
- tuberomamillary nucleus 
- Main article: Tuberomamillary nucleus
- Main article: Histamine H1_receptor#Neurophysiology
By its release of histamine, the tuberomamillary nucleus of the tuber cinereum helps to regulate the circadian cycle.
- ↑ patients.uptodate.com - Abstracts for References 5 and 6 of 'Hypothalamic-pituitary axis'
- ↑ ingentaconnect.com - IngentaConnect Estrogen receptors and metabolic activity in the ...
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