Axonal expression sites of tyrosine hydroxylase, calretinin- and calbindin-immunoreactivity in striato-pallidal and septal nuclei of the rat brain: a double-immunolabelling study

@article{Seifert1998AxonalES,
  title={Axonal expression sites of tyrosine hydroxylase, calretinin- and calbindin-immunoreactivity in striato-pallidal and septal nuclei of the rat brain: a double-immunolabelling study},
  author={Uwe Seifert and Wolfgang H{\"a}rtig and J. Grosche and G. E. Brueckner and Anett Riedel and K. Brauer},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1998},
  volume={795},
  pages={227-246}
}
Besides the dopaminergic afferent projection system, calbindin (CALB)- and calretinin (CR)-immunoreactive fibres of intrinsic and extrinsic origin represent the most abundant axonal categories in the rat striatal and lateral septal areas. The question arises whether or not they may represent separate populations, or whether they form subgroups which co-express more than one of these antigens. Therefore, the present study is focused on the distribution patterns of the axons single-immunolabelled… CONTINUE READING

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