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Neural circuits underlying thirst and fluid homeostasis

09:48 EDT 22 Jun 2017 | Nature Publishing

Thirst is a homeostatic response to changes in fluid balance and is governed by a set of interconnected brain structures known as the lamina terminalis. In this Progress article, Knight and colleagues summarize recent updates to our understanding of the neural circuitry underlying thirst and drinking behaviour in mammals.

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