Distribution and ultrastructure of primary afferent axons in Lissauer's tract in the northern leopard frog (Rana pipiens).

Abstract

Dorsal roots were transected and filled with horseradish peroxidase to identify the primary afferent axons in Lissauer's tract (LT) of the spinal cord in a ranid frog with light and electron microscopy. Axons in LT could be traced at least 2-3 segments rostral and caudal to the level of the filled root. Some axons in LT entered a nucleus in the dorsal… (More)

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