The teleostean (zebrafish) dopaminergic system ascending to the subpallium (striatum) is located in the basal diencephalon (posterior tuberculum)
Optimized Gal4 genetics for permanent gene expression mapping in zebrafish
- M. Distel, M. Wullimann, R. Köster
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 11 August 2009
A systematic optimization of zebrafish Gal4-UAS genetics is reported by establishing an optimized KalTA4-activator (KalTA4), which demonstrates prolonged and maintained expression by Kalooping, a technique that can be used for permanent spatiotemporal genetic fate mapping and targeted transgene expression in zebra fish.
Teleostean and mammalian forebrains contrasted: Evidence from genes to behavior
The major focus of this Review is to discuss related data in teleosts, mostly by explicitly comparing mouse and zebrafish forebrains.
Development of the catecholaminergic system in the early zebrafish brain: an immunohistochemical study.
Axonal regrowth after spinal cord transection in adult zebrafish.
- T. Becker, M. Wullimann, C. G. Becker, R. Bernhardt, M. Schachner
- BiologyThe Journal of comparative neurology
Using axonal tracers, we characterized the neurons projecting from the brain to the spinal cord as well as the terminal fields of ascending spinal projections in the brain of adult zebrafish with…
Connections of the corpus cerebelli in the green sunfish and the common goldfish: a comparison of perciform and cypriniform teleosts.
While teleosts share with all other vertebrates a group of corpopetal connections from the rhombencephalon, they evolved many new, more anteriorly located afferent inputs to the corpus cerebelli, and electroreceptive mormyrids in addition evolved newly at least one cor popetal connection and lost many others.
The adult central nervous cholinergic system of a neurogenetic model animal, the zebrafish Danio rerio
The teleostean forebrain: a comparative and developmental view based on early proliferation, Pax6 activity and catecholaminergic organization
Two tyrosine hydroxylase genes in vertebrates New dopaminergic territories revealed in the zebrafish brain
Detailed immunohistology of Pax6 protein and tyrosine hydroxylase in the early zebrafish brain suggests role of Pax6 gene in development of dopaminergic diencephalic neurons.