S Ramón y Cajal-Agüeras

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Using the Golgi method we studied chandelier cells in the auditory cortex of monkeys (Macaca irus) subjected to hypoxia before perfusion, and in newborn humans deceased in hypoxic states. In humans these cells have round or ovoid bodies showing usually beaded and sparsely-spined dendrites. These may arise either from both apical and basal poles or from all(More)
Immunocytochemical and Golgi staining techniques were used to correlate the morphology of neurons in layers I and VI of the rabbit's visual cortex. Antisera against somatostatine (SOM) and vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) were employed in the immunocytochemical investigation. In layer I, SOM-positive cells were multipolar and situated in the lower part(More)
In the adult rabbit, the majority of the VIP-immunoreactive neurons are distributed in layer II-III of the visual cortex. Labeled cells are also seen in layers VI, IV, V and occasionally in layer I. During postnatal development, we can see labeled neurons on the 2nd day of life, and in layers II-III-IV-V-VI on the 4th day. On the 7th day, these neurons(More)
In the adult rabbit, the somatostatin-immunoreactive neurons are seen in all visual cortical layers, with the majority of them being found in layers II-III, V and VI. During postnatal development, we can see labeled cells in layer VI at birth and in layers V and VI on the 3rd day. The labeled cells are seen in layers II-III beginning on the 5th day, and on(More)
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