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Cytoarchitecture, fiber connections, and some histochemical aspects of the interpeduncular nucleus in the rat
- H. Groenewegen, S. Ahlénius, S. Haber, N. W. Kowall, W. Nauta
- BiologyThe Journal of comparative neurology
- 1 July 1986
Investigation of the organization of afferent and efferent connections of the interpeduncular nucleus (IP) has been examined in correlation with its subnuclear parcellation by using anterograde and retrograde tracing techniques and Immunohistochemical techniques showed cell bodies and fibers and terminals immunoreactive for substance P, leuenkephalin, metenkePhalin, or serotonin to be differentially distributed over the different IP subnuclei.
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