F Carrillo-Padilla

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The granule cell islands in the olfactory tubercle (islands of Calleja) and the insula magna of Calleja are present in all species examined in this study: cat, rat, mouse, rabbit, hedgehog, monkey, man, and dolphin, displaying the same basic morphology. They appear as rather undifferentiated neurons with a poorly developed dendritic tree and a short(More)
We have used dihydronicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate diaphorase (NADPH-d) histochemistry to study the anatomical relationships between the islands of Calleja (ICs), ventral striatum (VS) and ventral pallidum (VP), and the perforating branches of the anterior communicating and anterior cerebral arteries traversing the olfactory tubercle. The(More)
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