Immunohistochemical and enzyme‐histochemical study on the accessory olfactory bulb of the dog

@article{Nakajima1998ImmunohistochemicalAE,
  title={Immunohistochemical and enzyme‐histochemical study on the accessory olfactory bulb of the dog},
  author={T. Nakajima and M. Sakaue and M. Kato and S. Saito and K. Ogawa and K. Taniguchi},
  journal={The Anatomical Record},
  year={1998},
  volume={252}
}
The accessory olfactory bulb (AOB) is a primary center of the vomeronasal system. In the dog, the position and morphology of the AOB remained vague for a long time. Recently, the morphological characteristics of the dog AOB were demonstrated by means of lectin‐histochemical, histological, and immunohistochemical staining, although the distribution of each kind of neuron, especially granule cells, remains controversial in the dog AOB. In the present study, we examined the distribution of… Expand
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