Benjamin E Peterson

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The inferior olivary complex (I.O.C.) of the guinea pig can be divided into three primary subdivisions: the principal olive (PO), the medial accessory olive (MAO), and the dorsal accessory olive (DAO). In Nissl-stained preparations, the PO possessed darker staining cells than did the MAO and DAO and was the most densely populated with cells. All neuronal(More)