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|Brain: Ventromedial nucleus|
|Ventromedial nucleus is 'VM', at center, in green.|
|Latin||nucleus ventromedialis hypothalami|
The ventromedial nucleus (sometimes referred to as the ventromedial hypothalamus) is a nucleus of the hypothalamus.
It has four subdivisions:
- anterior (VMHa)
- dorsomedial (VMHdm)
- ventrolateral (VMHvl)
- central (VMHc).
These subdivisions differ anatomically, neurochemically, and behaviorally.
The ventromedial nucleus is most commonly associated with satiety.
- ↑ Yahr and Green, 1992
- ↑ Flanagan-Cato et al. 2001
- ↑ Harding and McGinnis, 2005
- ↑ Kow and Pfaff, 1998
- ↑ Christensen et al., 1977
- ↑ Pfaff and Sakuma, 1979
- ↑ Marsumoto and Ymanouchi, 2000
- Dugger, et al. (2007). Androgen receptors are required for full masculinization of the ventromedial hypothalamus (VMH) in rats.
- Diagram of Ventromedial motor tract at lemoyne.edu
- New Scientist: Seat of female libido revealed (June 26, 2006)
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