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Comparative immunocytochemical study of the subcommissural organ
SummaryThe subcommissural organs (SCO) of 76 specimens belonging to 25 vertebrate species (amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals) were studied by use of the immunoperoxidase procedure. The primaryExpand
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Cell biology of the subcommissural organ.
Publisher Summary This chapter highlights the cell biology of the subcommissural organ (SCO) and discusses its structure–function relationships to provide a basis for further experimental work. SCOExpand
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Immunocytochemical investigation of the hypothalamo-neurohypophysial system in birds
SummaryThe results of an immunohistochemical investigation of the hypothalamo-neurohypophysial system in several species of birds have shown that: (1) mesotocin and vasotocin are synthesized inExpand
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Human subcommissural organ, with particular emphasis on its secretory activity during the fetal life
The subcommissural organ (SCO) is a conserved brain gland present throughout the vertebrate phylum. During ontogeny, it is the first secretory structure of the brain to differentiate. In the human,Expand
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Compartments and perivascular arrangement of the meninges covering the cerebral cortex of the rat
SummaryThe intercellular clefts of the brain and the leptomeninges, and the perivascular spaces were studied with reference to the results obtained in a previous study (Krisch et al. 1983). TheExpand
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[Histological research on the importance of neuroglial & choroid plexus ependyma in carbohydrate metabolism of the central nervous system].
  • A. Oksche
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zeitschrift fur Zellforschung und mikroskopische…
  • 1958
Sowohl im ZNS des Acraniers Amphioxus als auch im Gehirn von Vertretern aller Wirbeltierklassen einschlieslich des Menschen gelingt es, mit cytochemischen Methoden Glykogen nachzuweisen. KohlenhydratExpand
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Identification and partial characterization of the secretory glycoproteins of the bovine subcommissural organ-Reissner's fiber complex. Evidence for the existence of two precursor forms.
The subcommissural organ (SCO) is a brain gland whose secretory material is released into the cerebrospinal fluid where it condenses into a thread-like structure known as Reissner's fiber (RF). ThisExpand
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The response of the hypothalamo-gonadal system to environmental factors in the zebra finch, Poephila guttata castanotis
SummaryStudies of the hypothalamo-gonadal response of the zebra finch (Poephila guttata castanotis) to environmental factors were conducted by the use of adult birds captured in arid regions of SouthExpand
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Opsin-immunoreactive outer segments and acetylcholinesterase-positive neurons in the pineal complex of Phoxinus phoxinus (Teleostei, Cyprinidae)
SummaryThe pineal complex of the teleost, Phoxinus phoxinus L., was studied light-microscopically by the use of the indirect immunocytochemical antiopsin reaction and the histochemicalExpand
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SURVEY OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGY OF THE PINEAL ORGAN.
  • A. Oksche
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Progress in brain research
  • 1965
From a phylogenetic aspect, few organs have undergone a change in form and cytological differentiation as has the pineal organ. Among the lower vertebrates, the pineal organ is a sense organExpand
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