[A novel population of calretinin-positive, presumably non-neuronal, cells with the polymorphous spines in mouse forebrain].


Using the immunocytochemical method, the localization of calretinin-positive cells was studied in the frontal sections of anterior portion of the mouse cerebral hemispheres. The population of cells with a characteristic structure, that was not described previously, was detected in the area of anterior horns of lateral brain ventricles. These cells have… (More)


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