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Neurotensin immunoreactivity in the human cingulate gyrus, hippocampal subiculum and mammillary bodies. Its potential role in memory processing
Neurotensin immunoreactive neurons comprise the majority of large perikarya in the human subiculum and project axons to the alveus, fimbria, fornix and neuropil of the mammillary bodies. TheseExpand
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Neurotensin immunoreactive neurons in the human infant diencephalon
Neurotensin-like immunoreactive (NT-IR) neurons are present in discrete subregions of the anterior, medial and lateral thalamic nuclear groups of the human infant brain. The pulvinar is notably richExpand
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A neurotensin-immunoreactive pathway from the subiculum to the mammillary body in the rat
The existence of a neurotensin-like immunoreactive (NT-IR) pathway from the subiculum to the mammillary body was demonstrated in very young rats using immunocytochemistry, knife cut, electric lesionExpand
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Substance P-immunoreactive astrocytes related to deep white matter and striatal blood vessels in human brain
Astrocytes immunoreactive for the vasodilator neuropeptide substance P are present adjacent to blood vessels which are contacted by their processes in restricted regions of the deep gray and whiteExpand
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