Mechanism of Neuromodulatory Action of Exogenous Oxytocin and Antagonist by GABAergic Transmission (Mus musculus)

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GioGsOTGa11OTK+InhibitionOTAInhibition of K+ ChannelAntiproliferationOTGABAAActivation of Na+ channelCaMKcAMPExcitionCl-ACCa2+Released into different brain areaOTRSONDistributedPVNLDCVHypothalamusLDCVSomaDendritesAxonNerve EndingCa2+PLC-BDAGSRIP3Ca2+Ca2+[Ca2+/CaM]


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Description of the mechanism of neuromodulatory action of exogenous oxytocin (OT) and antagonist (OTA) by GABAergic transmission in brain.

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
GeneProduct
ACPathway
Activation of Na+ channelPathway
AntiproliferationPathway
AxonGeneProduct
Ca2+Pathway
CaMKPathway
Cl-Pathway
DAGPathway
DendritesGeneProduct
DistributedPathway
ExcitionPathway
GABAAProtein
HypothalamusPathway
IP3Pathway
InhibitionPathway
Inhibition of K+ ChannelPathway
K+Pathway
LDCVPathway
Nerve EndingGeneProduct
OTGeneProduct
OTAProtein
OTRProtein
PLC-BPathway
PVNPathway
Released into different brain areaPathway
SONPathway
SRPathway
SomaGeneProduct
[Ca2+/CaM]Pathway
cAMPPathway

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