V A Maĭskiĭ

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Distribution of primuline, fast blue, fluoro-gold and nuclear yellow-labelled monoamine-containing cells in periventricular gray and dorsolateral tegmentum (including locus coeruleus) was studied in the rat after injection of these fluorochromes into the frontal cortex, hypothalamus and spinal cord. Combination of monoamine fluorescence method and(More)
Location of neurons in posterior thalamic nuclei and neighbouring structures of the midbrain regions projecting to the amygdaloid complex and auditory cortex of cat was studied by the method of horseradish peroxidase. The main sources of these brain region projections to amygdaloid complex are peripeduncular , subparafascicular and suprageniculate nuclei(More)
An electron microscope study of retrogradely labelled nonpyramidal neurons has been carried out in layers V-VI of the primary auditory cortex (AI) after HRP injections into the contralateral AI of cats. From 2 to 9 synapses were usually revealed on somatic profiles of these callosal neurons. Synapses occupied 15.8 +/- 1.7% (on the average) of the somatic(More)
Projections of thalamic neurons to parietal association cortex of cat were examined by means of the retrograde axonal transport of fluorescent dyes (primuline and fast blue). It has been demonstrated that a dorsal part of the pulvinar (PL) and a dorsal part of the caudal area of the lateral posterior nucleus (LP) projected mostly to the middle suprasylvian(More)
Cortical stratification of callosal neurons in the primary auditory cortex (AI) of cat was studied by means of horseradish peroxidase (HRP). Two main groups of callosal neurons were revealed. The first group comprising 60% of all AI callosal neurons consisted predominantly of layer III large pyramidal neurons. Average area of these pyramidal neuron(More)
An electron microscope study of retrogradely labelled pyramidal neurons in layer III of the primary auditory cortex (AI) after HRP injections into the contralateral AI has been carried out in cats. From 4 to 10 synapses were usually revealed on somatic profiles of these callosal neurons. Synapses occupied 20.0% of the somatic surface of these neurons. All(More)
The suggested technique allows revealing the transport-specific dye (primulin) and catecholamine fluorescence simultaneously in the same cell of brain. Intense fluorescence is observed when brain tissue is quickly dehydrated and embedded in the epoxy resin. The same method is suggested for the identification of catecholamines in the embryonal and juvenile(More)
The distribution of neurons projecting to the parietal associative cortex and spinal cord in the locus coeruleus (LC) of the cat was examined by the retrograde transport of the horseradish peroxidase (HRP) and catecholamine histofluorescence technique. It was demonstrated that neurons projecting to the parietal cortex were localized predominantly in the(More)