Anatomical mapping of the neuroepithelial projection to the olfactory bulb in the rat

@article{Astic1986AnatomicalMO,
  title={Anatomical mapping of the neuroepithelial projection to the olfactory bulb in the rat},
  author={Liliane Astic and Diane Saucier},
  journal={Brain Research Bulletin},
  year={1986},
  volume={16},
  pages={445-454}
}
  • Liliane Astic, Diane Saucier
  • Published in Brain Research Bulletin 1986
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The topographical organization of the epithelium-to-bulb projections was studied in 15-day-old rats by the retrograde tracing method using horseradish peroxidase (HRP). Injections of HRP were placed in the glomerular layer of the 4 bulbar surfaces; the location and the maximal extent of labeled epithelial areas were assessed. Results have shown an important but variable degree of overlapping of peripheral projections to the bulb. The dorsal aspect received inputs from only the anterior dorsal… CONTINUE READING

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