Interlaminar connections of the superior colliculus in the tree shrew. II: Projections from the superficial gray to the optic layer.

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This study of the tree shrew, Tupaia belangeri, provides evidence for an intracollicular pathway that arises in the superficial gray layer and terminates in the optic layer. As a first step, Nissl, myelin, and cytochrome oxidase stains were used to identify the layers of the superior colliculus in the tree shrew. Second, anterograde and retrograde axonal… (More)

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@article{Lee1995InterlaminarCO, title={Interlaminar connections of the superior colliculus in the tree shrew. II: Projections from the superficial gray to the optic layer.}, author={P. Lee and William C. Hall}, journal={Visual neuroscience}, year={1995}, volume={12 3}, pages={573-88} }