Y Nakai

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The posterior caudate-putamen and perirhinal cortex are innervated by fibers immunoreactive to calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP). We investigated the origins of these fibers by using immunohistochemistry combined with lesion experiments and fluorescent dye tracers. Lesions of the posterior thalamus surrounding the medial geniculate nucleus, in which(More)
Galanin-like immunoreactivity was found in nerve fibers beneath and within the epithelium of the rat mucosa by the use of immunohistochemical techniques. Immunoreactive fibers were also noted close to blood vessels and seromucous glands in the lamina propria. Fast blue applied to the nasal mucosa underwent retrograde transport to some immunoreactive neurons(More)
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