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The tuberomammillary nucleus (TMN) is the sole source of histamine in the brain. [1]

FunctionEdit

Circadian rhythmEdit

Main article: Histamine H1_receptor#Neurophysiology

By its release of histamine, the tuberomamillary nucleus of the tuber cinereum helps to regulate the circadian cycle.


ReferencesEdit

  1. ingentaconnect.com - IngentaConnect Estrogen receptors and metabolic activity in the ...
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