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Neurons immunoreactive for the molluscan cardioactive peptide FMRFamide (FMRFi) in the brain of Carassius were demonstrated immunohistochemically with the peroxidase-antiperoxidase technique (PAP) and three antisera against this tetrapeptide. FMRFi perikarya were consistently found in the ganglion of the nervus terminalis, in some scattered neurons of the(More)
The distribution of cells immunoreactive for the molluscan tetrapeptide FMRFamide in the brain and the pituitary of Eigenmannia was investigated immunohistochemically by the use of the peroxidase-antiperoxidase (PAP) technique and unlabelled antibodies. FMRFi neurons were located in the ganglion of the nervus terminalis at the rostroventral side of the(More)
Formaldehyde-induced fluorescence (Falck-Hillarp technique) provided histochemical evidence for the presence of catecholamines in the sensory epithelia (macula and crista) of the Octopus statocyst. A specific bright green fluorescence occurred in the neuronal plexus beneath the receptor cell layers of the epithelia and in the appropriate nerves. The(More)
FMRFamide-immunoreactive neurons were determined immunocytochemically by means of the PAP-technique for unlabeled antibodies. FMRFamide-containing perikarya were found in the frontoventral telencephalon, in the valvula and corpus cerebelli, and in the rostral and caudal medulla oblongata. FMRFamide immunoreactive cells were localized in the anterio lobe of(More)
Somatostatin-immunoreactive (SRIFi) cells in the brain and pituitary of the weakly-electric teleost Eigenmannia lineata were identified immunohistochemically by the use of unlabelled antibodies and the peroxidase-antiperoxidase technique. Several groups of neurons and fibres were immunostained in Eigenmannia's brain. Intensely SRIFi neurons occurred in the(More)
SRIF-immunoreactive perikarya occurred in the nucleus entopeduncularis, the nucleus praeopticus and praeopticus periventricularis, in the nucleus lateralis tuberis pars anterior, the nucleus ventromedialis, and in the nucleus posterior periventricularis. Additionally, SRIF-containing neurons were located in the nucleus dorsomedialis and dorsolateralis(More)
  • U Bonn
  • Journal für Hirnforschung
  • 1987
The occurrence and distribution of monoamine-(MA) containing neurons and fibres in the brain of Carassius was investigated by formaldehyde-induced fluorescence (FIF) histochemistry (Falck-Hillarp technique). Many brightly green-fluorescent nerve cell perikarya were found in the nucleus dorsolateralis and ventromedialis, in the nucleus posterioris(More)
The distribution of serotonin-immunoreactive (5-HTi) neurons was determined by the peroxidase-antiperoxidase technique. 5-HT-immunoreactive nerve cells (or perikarya) occurred in the diencephalic nucleus ventromedialis (nvm), in the so-called pre-pacemaker nucleus (ppm), in a laterally located (unnamed) nucleus (G1), in the nucleus posterior(More)
The Dark UNiverse Explorer (DUNE) is a wide-field space imager whose primary goal is the study of dark energy and dark matter with unprecedented precision. For this purpose, DUNE is optimised for the measurement of weak gravitational lensing but will also provide complementary measurements of baryonic accoustic oscillations, cluster counts and the(More)