alexa Neural activity between ovaries and the prevertebral celiac-superior mesenteric ganglia varies during the estrous cycle of the rat.
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Diabetes & Endocrinology

Endocrinology & Metabolic Syndrome

Author(s): Morn C, Franco A, Morn JL, Handal A, Morales L,

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Abstract The ovaries' innervation arrives via the superior ovarian nerve, which originates from the celiac ganglion. Using True Blue as an antidromic marker, the present study analyzed the changes in the anatomical relation between each ovary and the prevertebral celiac-superior mesenteric ganglia during the estrous cycle. The number of labeled neurons increased from the day of diestrus 1 to the day of proestrus. The largest number of labeled cells was observed when tracer was injected into the left ovary on proestrus. The number of labeled cells was significantly higher when the tracer was injected into the left ovary on proestrus than when it was done in the right one. When tracer was injected into the left ovary, the average labeled area of cells increased significantly from diestrus 1 to proestrus, and declined at estrus. In contrast, when True Blue was injected into the right ovary, the average labeled area was similar in diestrus 1 and diestrus 2, and the values increased in proestrus and estrus. The results indicate an apparent asymmetry in the activity of neural connections between ovaries and the prevertebral celiac-superior mesenteric ganglia, and that the number of active neurons of these connections varies during the estrous cycle. This article was published in Endocrine and referenced in Endocrinology & Metabolic Syndrome

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