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Both anatomical and physiological lines of evidence suggest that inhibitory influences are active early in the development of the dorsal cochlear nucleus (DCN). Data from physiological/pharmacological studies suggest that in the adult these inhibitory influences may be mediated at least in part by the neurotransmitter glycine. Using a polyclonal antibody to(More)
Various studies have suggested that glycoconjugates may influence connectivity and lamination in the developing central nervous system and may function as barriers to neuritic extension. It has been proposed that the peanut agglutinin lectin labels a glycoconjugate subserving a barrier function. We chose to investigate the distribution of this(More)
The role of glia in the development of tonotopic and laminar organization in the auditory central nervous system has not been well characterized. In other systems, glia immunoreactive for glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) appear to function in development of radial, laminar and topographic organization. Using a polyclonal antibody to GFAP, we have(More)
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