The striosome (or patch) was first identified with anatomical techniques as neurons organized in a three-dimensional labyrinth inserted in and interdigitating the rest of neostriatum: the matrix. Striosome and matrix rapidly became known as two neuronal compartments expressing different biochemical markers, embryonic development and afferent and efferent… (More)
Unfortunately, there is a typographical error in the original publication. The name of the designer drug throughout the article should be (DREADD) hM4Di and not hM3Di. It is important not to assume a double error since hM3Dq is an excitatory receptor while hM4Di, which has been used is inhibitory as stated in the paper. There is no designer drug named hM3Di.