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The autonomic nervous system (ANS) plays a critical role in the regulation of physiological responses required for maintaining metabolic homeostasis. Afferent fibers relay sensory and metabolic information to the central nervous system, while efferent fibers provide the major neural pathway from the brain to peripheral tissues. Activation or inhibition of organ-specific neural fibers can have profound effects on regulating such key metabolic processes as gluconeogenesis; lipolysis; and hormonal secretion in the liver, adipose tissue, intestine, and pancreas. Although new techniques in neuroscience and molecular genetics are being used to elucidate the neuroanatomy and function of the ANS

The Critical Role of the Autonomic Nervous System 

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