Aggregations of granule cells in the basal forebrain (islands of Calleja): Golgi and cytoarchitectonic study in different mammals, including man

@article{Meyer1989AggregationsOG,
  title={Aggregations of granule cells in the basal forebrain (islands of Calleja): Golgi and cytoarchitectonic study in different mammals, including man},
  author={Gundela Meyer and Tom{\'a}s Gonz{\'a}lez-Hern{\'a}ndez and Francisco Javier Carrillo-Padilla and Romualdo Ferres-Torres},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Neurology},
  year={1989},
  volume={284}
}
The granule cell islands in the olfactory tubercle (islands of Calleja) and the insula magna of Calleja are present in all species examined in this study: cat, rat, mouse, rabbit, hedgehog, monkey, man, and dolphin, displaying the same basic morphology. They appear as rather undifferentiated neurons with a poorly developed dendritic tree and a short unramified axon that does not leave the island. The larger islands and the insula magna are associated with medium‐sized neurons often lying in… 

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