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Developmental history of the transient subplate zone in the visual and somatosensory cortex of the macaque monkey and human brain
The cytological organization and the timetable of emergence and dissolution of the transient subplate zone subjacent to the developing visual and somatosensory cortex were studied in a series ofExpand
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Extraordinary neoteny of synaptic spines in the human prefrontal cortex
The major mechanism for generating diversity of neuronal connections beyond their genetic determination is the activity-dependent stabilization and selective elimination of the initially overproducedExpand
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The development of cerebral connections during the first 20-45 weeks' gestation.
We have correlated data on neuroanatomical organization and magnetic resonance imaging of transient fetal zones shown to contain connectivity elements (growing axons, synapses, dendrites). In theExpand
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Volume and number of neurons of the human hippocampal formation in normal aging and Alzheimer's disease
In order to observe changes owing to aging and Alzheimer's disease (AD) in the volumes of subdivisions of the hippocampus and the number of neurons of the hippocampal formation, 18 normal brains fromExpand
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Cytology and time of origin of interstitial neurons in the white matter in infant and adult human and monkey telencephalon
SummaryThe fine structure, synaptic relationships, distribution and time of origin of interstitial neurons situated within the white matter subjacent to the visual, somatosensory and motor corticesExpand
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The development of the subplate and thalamocortical connections in the human foetal brain
The aim of this review is to present clinically relevant data on prenatal development of thalamocortical connections in the human brain. The analysis is based on extensive Zagreb NeuroembryologicalExpand
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Laminar organization of the human fetal cerebrum revealed by histochemical markers and magnetic resonance imaging.
The developing human cerebrum displays age-specific changes in its patterns of lamination. Among these, the subplate zone is the most prominent transient compartment because growing major afferentExpand
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Lifespan alterations of basal dendritic trees of pyramidal neurons in the human prefrontal cortex: a layer-specific pattern.
The postnatal development and lifespan alterations in basal dendrites of large layer IIIC and layer V pyramidal neurons were quantitatively studied. Both classes of neurons were characterized byExpand
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Perinatal and early postnatal reorganization of the subplate and related cellular compartments in the human cerebral wall as revealed by histological and MRI approaches
We analyzed the developmental history of the subplate and related cellular compartments of the prenatal and early postnatal human cerebrum by combining postmortem histological analysis with in vivoExpand
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Insights from in vitro fetal magnetic resonance imaging of cerebral development.
The development of the cerebral cortex, white matter microstructure, and the basal ganglia can be well characterized using structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In this review, we analyzedExpand
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