|Description:||any molecule, protein, cell, tissue or organ that is related to serotonin.|
|Synonym(s):||Serotonin system, 5HT system, 5-HT system|
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Parts of Serotonergic system
Inferred outgoing projections for Serotonergic system
The following brain regions receive axons from Serotonergic system: Fastigial nucleus, Nucleus prepositus, Parafascicular nucleus, Subthalamic nucleus. The statements about these projections are not made on this page, but rather are made on the pages linked here.
Inferred incoming projections for Serotonergic system
The following brain regions send axons into Serotonergic system: Nucleus prepositus. The statements about these projections are not made on this page, but rather are made on the pages linked here.
This category will serve as the umbrella for all things related to serotonin, including neurons, brain regions, synthetic enzymes and receptors. This is not meant to be annotated to, rather it is an inferred class.
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|Definition||any molecule, protein, cell, tissue or organ that is related to serotonin.|
|Label||Serotonergic system +|
|ModifiedDate||29 May 2010 +|
|SuperCategory||Molecular system +|
|Synonym||Serotonin system +, 5HT system +, and 5-HT system +|