Immunoreactivity for calcium-binding proteins in the claustrum of the monkey

  title={Immunoreactivity for calcium-binding proteins in the claustrum of the monkey},
  author={K. Reynhout and Joan S Baizer},
  journal={Anatomy and Embryology},
 The claustrum is topographically and reciprocally connected with many different cortical areas, and anatomical and physiological data suggest it is composed of functionally distinct subdivisions. We asked if the distribution of cells immunoreactive for three calcium-binding proteins, parvalbumin, calbindin D-28k and calretinin would delineate functional subdivisions in the claustrum. We also asked if, as in cortex, different cell types were immunoreactive for the different proteins. We found… CONTINUE READING
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