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Annals

Special Issue: Autonomic Nervous System Regulation and Metabolic Diseases

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Ann NY Acad Sci editorial staff

Special Issue: Autonomic Nervous System Regulation and Metabolic Diseases

Published: October 2019

Volume 1454

Published since 1824, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences is the Academy’s premier scientific publication.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Sympathetic innervation of the interscapular brown adipose tissue in mouse

Marie François, Hayden Torres, Clara Huesing, Rui Zhang, Carson Saurage, Nathan Lee, Emily Qualls‐Creekmore, Sangho Yu, Christopher D. Morrison, David Burk, Hans Rudolf Berthoud, Heike Münzberg

 

REVIEWS

Vagal innervation of the stomach reassessed: brain−gut connectome uses smart terminals

Terry L. Powley, Deborah M. Jaffey, Jennifer McAdams, Elizabeth A. Baronowsky, Diana Black, Logan Chesney, Charlene Evans, Robert J. Phillips

 

Sex differences in sympathetic activity in obesity and its related hypertension

Qi Fu

 

Vagal mechanisms as neuromodulatory targets for the treatment of metabolic disease

Hans‐Rudolf Berthoud, Winfried L. Neuhuber

 

Sympathetic activity in obesity: a brief review of methods and supportive data

Gavin W. Lambert, Markus P. Schlaich, Nina Eikelis, Elisabeth A. Lambert

 

Hypoglycemia‐associated autonomic failure, counterregulatory responses, and therapeutic options in type 1 diabetes

Michael R. Rickels

 

Effects of sympathetic modulation in metabolic disease

Revathy Carnagarin, Gavin W. Lambert, Marcio G. Kiuchi, Janis M. Nolde, Vance B. Matthews, Nina Eikelis, Elisabeth A. Lambert, Markus P. Schlaich