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Details for anatomical structure: lateral hypothalamic area

EndoNet ID: ENC00191

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Synonyms

lateral hypothalamic area, lateral division of hypothalamus, lateral group of hypothalamic nuclei, lateral hypothalamic area, lateral hypothalamic group, lateral hypothalamic zone (Crosby), Area hypothalamica lateralis

Links to other resources

Cytomer cy0037506

Larger structures

    Substructures

      Secreted hormones

      • Hormone: MCH

        • MCH is exclusively produced in neurons of the lateral hypothalamic area that give off fibers to the widespread brain regions. [1]
      • Hormone: orexin-B

        Influenced by:

        • orexin receptor 1
          in lateral_hypothalamic_area
        • leptin receptor isoform b
          in hypothalamus
          • Leptin inhibts the secretion of orexin
      • Hormone: orexin-A

        Influenced by:

        • leptin receptor isoform b
          in hypothalamus
          • Leptin inhibits the secretion of orexin [2]
        • orexin receptor 1
          in lateral_hypothalamic_area
        • GHS-R1a
          in hypothalamus
          • Ghrelin stimulates the secretion of orexin [2]
        • glucocorticoid receptor
          in hypothalamus
          • Glucose inhibits the orexin neurons in the hypothalamus

      Receptors

      • Receptor: melanin-concentrating hormone receptor 1

      • Receptor: orexin receptor 1

        Induced phenotype:

        • regulation of feeding behavior

        Influences:

        • orexin-B
        • orexin-A
      Reference