A New Population of Calretinin-Positive Cells, Presumptively Neurons, with Polymorphous Spines in the Mouse Forebrain

@article{Revishchin2010ANP,
  title={A New Population of Calretinin-Positive Cells, Presumptively Neurons, with Polymorphous Spines in the Mouse Forebrain},
  author={Alexander V. Revishchin and V. E. Okhotin and Leonid Ivanovich Korochkin and Galina V Pavlova},
  journal={Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={40},
  pages={541-552}
}
An immunohistochemical reaction was used to study the locations of calretinin-positive cells on frontal sections of the anterior part of the mouse cerebral cortex. A previously undescribed population of cells with a characteristic structure was found at the anterior horns of the lateral ventricles. These cells had small (8–10 μm) round bodies giving rise to one and occasionally two nodose processes bearing rare polymorphous spines (PS) and thickenings of irregular shape. The relatively thick… CONTINUE READING
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