Changing distribution of monoaminergic markers in the developing human cerebral cortex with special emphasis on the serotonin transporter

@article{Verney2002ChangingDO,
  title={Changing distribution of monoaminergic markers in the developing human cerebral cortex with special emphasis on the serotonin transporter},
  author={Catherine Verney and C{\'e}cile Lebrand and Patricia Gaspar},
  journal={The Anatomical Record},
  year={2002},
  volume={267}
}
This article reviews the current knowledge of the early onset of the monoaminergic innervation in the developing cerebral cortex in humans and of changes in the distribution of tyrosine hydroxylase (TH) immunoreactivity in different neuronal populations of the developing telencephalon. The early genesis of the central monoaminergic neurons in mammals has led to postulations of a trophic role of monoamines in brain morphogenesis—especially in the cerebral cortex. The developmental effects of… Expand
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