B Petrović-minić

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Deposits of somatopetal tracers, that filled the entire dorsolateral cortex of one hemisphere, labelled only a few cell bodies in the thalamic mediodorsal nucleus (MD). Further experiments served to confirm the existence of strong projections from MD to the mesial and suprarhinal areas of the frontal cortex. Thus, only a very small proportion of the MD(More)
Intracortical implants of polyacrylamide gel containing horseradish peroxidase labeled cortical efferents and perikarya in some cortical areas and a number of subcortical formations. When epileptogenic penicillin was added to the gel, no labeling was seen in the efferents and cell bodies of the cortex, thalamus, or claustrum, whereas the magnocellular(More)
The standard current technique for demonstration of cytochrome oxidase (CyOx) provides low-contrast diaminobenzidine (DAB) polymer. In order to enhance the contrast with divalent metalic ions, we have screened a number of buffers and found that Hepes, Mops and cacodylate neither precipitate these ions nor inactivate CyOx in a concentration of 0.1 M.(More)
By means of the [14C]deoxyglucose method the local cerebral glucose utilization (LCGU) was measured in the lateral geniculate nucleus and the superior colliculus of rats with a simultaneous double enucleation, animals with an enucleation of the right eye between neonatal and adult stages followed by an enucleation of the left eye some months later and adult(More)
Twenty-one cat brains with cortical injections of horseradish peroxidase resulting in labelled cells in the thalamic mediodorsal nucleus (MD) were screened for afferent projections from the parietal cortex. Contrary to expectation, nearly the whole prefrontal cortex (PFC) situated around the frontal pole was free of parietal afferents, while a small area in(More)
Attempts to visualize the cerebello-thalamo-cortical path in the rat were made with different approaches. We tried (1) double labelling with somatopetal tracing from the motor cortex and somatofugal from the cerebellar nuclei, (2) transmembrane labelling by depositing biocytin or wheat germ agglutinin (WGA) into the motor cortex or cerebellum. WGA was(More)
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