Basolateral amygdala efferents to the ventral subiculum preferentially innervate pyramidal cell dendritic spines.

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The basolateral amygdala and the ventral subiculum of the hippocampal formation are two of the major limbic-related regions within the brain, both of which project heavily to the nucleus accumbens. The nucleus accumbens is regarded as the limbic-motor interface, in view of these limbic afferent and its somatomotor and autonomic efferent connections. These… (More)

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@article{French2003BasolateralAE, title={Basolateral amygdala efferents to the ventral subiculum preferentially innervate pyramidal cell dendritic spines.}, author={Sarah Jane French and Julia C. Hailstone and Susan Totterdell}, journal={Brain research}, year={2003}, volume={981 1-2}, pages={160-7} }