Morphological and morphometrical changes in dorsal root ganglion neurons innervating the regenerated lizard tail.

Abstract

The variations occurring in neurons from dorsal root ganglia that provide innervation to the regenerated tail of the lizard (vicarious ganglia) are analysed. Vicarious ganglion neurons, when compared to control ganglion neurons (i.e. ganglia from the same animal that were not involved in the reinnervation process), show a size increase of the soma (cell… (More)

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