Evidence for some collateralization between cortical and diencephalic efferent axons of the rat subicular cortex

@article{Donovan1983EvidenceFS,
  title={Evidence for some collateralization between cortical and diencephalic efferent axons of the rat subicular cortex},
  author={M K Donovan and J. Michael Wyss},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1983},
  volume={259},
  pages={181-192}
}
The present study has used the fluorescent dye tracing technique in order to determine the exact location of neuronal somata within the subicular cortex which project to the diencephalon, telencephalon (entorhinal cortex), or to both via axonal collaterals. The greatest collateralization to the two sites is found in the neurons of the subiculum proper. In this region approximately one-third of all neurons project to both the entorhinal cortex and the hypothalamus (either the mammillary bodies… CONTINUE READING

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