Neurogenic control of the cerebral microcirculation: is dopamine minding the store?

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Cerebral blood flow is highly regulated by neural activity. New anatomical and functional evidence suggests that dopamine neurons may play a key role in this process.

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Figure 1: This cartoon illustrates the vascular innervation of the cerebral cortex.

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