Voituron N - Shvarev Y - Menuet C - Bevengut M - Fasano C - Vigneault E - El Mestikawy S - Hilaire G


PloS one


To secure pH homeostasis, the central respiratory network must permanently adapt its rhythmic motor drive to environment and behaviour. In neonates, it is commonly admitted that the retrotrapezoid/parafacial respiratory group of neurons of the ventral medulla plays the primary role in the respiratory response to acidosis, although the serotonergic system may also contribute to this response.

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