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Table 2 Parts of the brain showing changes in glucose metabolism

From: Effects of curcumin on glucose metabolism in the brains of rats subjected to chronic unpredictable stress: a 18 F-FDG micro-PET study

Groups Activation Regions Paxinos coordinatea T-value
    ML AP DV  
CUS vs. Control Increase Prim somatosens, upper lip(R) 6 −6 2 4.81
   Dorsolateral entorhinal cortex(R) 8 −8 −4 3.96
   Basilar artery 0 −12 −12 3.28
  Decrease Mediodorsal thalami nu, central(L) −1 −6 −3 −5.37
   Crus 2 of the ansiform lobule(L) −5 −6 −12 −5.08
   Crus 2 of the ansiform lobule(R) 3 −4 −13 −4.04
   Caudate putamen(striatum) (R) 3 −7 0 −4.35
   Postsubiculum (L) −3 −3 −7 −3.62
   Cingulate cortex, area 1 0 −2 4 −3.36
   Parietal cx,post area, rostral(R) 7 −2 −5 −3.23
Model vs. Control Increase Pyramidal decussation 0 −11 −16 2.7
  Decrease Amygdalohip area, anterolat(R) 4 −9 −4 −2.86
   Amygdalohip area, anterolat(L) −4 −9 −4 −2.31
Treatment vs. Model Increase Prim somatosens, forelimb(L) −3 −1 1 3.5
   Amygdalohip area, anterolat(L) −4 −9 −4 2.76
   Secondary somatosensory cx(R) 6 −6 −1 2.71
   4th cerebellar lobule 0 −1 −9 2
  Decrease Primary auditory cortex(L) −6 −4 −5 −3.34
   Spinal trigeminal nu, oral(R) 3 −9 −11 −2.23
   Pryamidal decussation 0 −11 −16 −2.01
  1. aPaxinos coordinates point to the location of the voxel with the t-value ( P < 0.05 for the rest) in the designated brain areas. L, left; R, right.