Localization of stomatogastric IV neuron cell bodies in lobster brain

@article{Claiborne2004LocalizationOS,
  title={Localization of stomatogastric IV neuron cell bodies in lobster brain},
  author={Brenda J. Claiborne and Allen I. Selverston},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={2004},
  volume={154},
  pages={27-32}
}
The cell bodies of the inferior ventricular nerve (IVN) ‘through-fibers’ of the lobster stomatogastric nervous system were located using cobalt chloride backfills and intracellular recordings. Following backfills of the IVN, two cell bodies in the supraesophageal ganglion (or brain) were stained with cobalt. These cells, each approximately 30 μm in diameter, were located at the base of the IVN, just inside the connective tissue sheath surrounding the brain, and were identifiable on the basis of… CONTINUE READING

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