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Nucleokinesis in Tangentially Migrating Neurons Comprises Two Alternating Phases: Forward Migration of the Golgi/Centrosome Associated with Centrosome Splitting and Myosin Contraction at the Rear
During rodent cortex development, cells born in the medial ganglionic eminence (MGE) of the basal telencephalon reach the embryonic cortex by tangential migration and differentiate as interneurons.Expand
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Branching and nucleokinesis defects in migrating interneurons derived from doublecortin knockout mice.
Type I lissencephaly results from mutations in the doublecortin (DCX) and LIS1 genes. We generated Dcx knockout mice to further understand the pathophysiological mechanisms associated with thisExpand
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Regional and laminar distribution of the dopamine and serotonin innervation in the macaque cerebral cortex: A radioautographic study
The regional density and laminar distribution of dopamine (DA) and serotonin (5‐HT) afferents were investigated in the cerebral cortex of cynomolgus monkeys using a radioautographic technique that isExpand
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Transient Uptake and Storage of Serotonin in Developing Thalamic Neurons
Serotonin (5-HT) has been shown to affect the development and patterning of the mouse barrelfield. We show that the dense transient 5-HT innervation of the somatosensory, visual, and auditoryExpand
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Alterations of dopaminergic and noradrenergic innervations in motor cortex in parkinson's disease
The motor areas of the cerebral cortex contain dense dopaminergic and noradrenergic innervation in humans. We looked for changes of these innervations in cases with Parkinson's disease (PD). TheExpand
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Catecholaminergic innervation of the septal area in man: Immunocytochemical study using TH and DBH antibodies
The catecholaminergic innervation of the human septal area and closely related structures has been visualized by using tyrosine hydroxylase (TH) and dopamine‐β‐hydroxylase (DBH) as immunocytochemicalExpand
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Developmental expression of monoamine oxidases A and B in the central and peripheral nervous systems of the mouse
Monoamine oxidases A (MAOA) and B (MAOB) are key players in the inactivation pathway of biogenic amines. Their cellular localization has been well established in the mature brain, but nothing isExpand
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Conserved pattern of tangential neuronal migration during forebrain development
Origin, timing and direction of neuronal migration during brain development determine the distinct organization of adult structures. Changes in these processes might have driven the evolution of theExpand
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Tangentially Migrating Neurons Assemble a Primary Cilium that Promotes Their Reorientation to the Cortical Plate
In migrating neurons, the centrosome nucleates and anchors a polarized network of microtubules that directs organelle movements. We report here that the mother centriole of neurons migratingExpand
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Ultrastructural Double‐Labelling Study of Dopamine Terminals and GABA‐Containing Neurons in Rat Anteromedial Cerebral Cortex
The aim of this study was to identify, at the ultrastructural level, the neuronal targets of dopamine afferents to the medial prefrontal and the anterior cingulate cortex of the adult rat. Since, inExpand
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