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Parabrachial nucleus

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Description of Parabrachial nucleus

Parabrachial nucleus: receives direct gustatory input from nucleus tractus solitarius (NTS) and serves as an important taste relay to other taste-responsive areas of the CNS; also serves as a major integrative center that links the forebrain and medullo-spinal cardiovascular control.
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