Mosaic architecture of the somatic sensory-recipient sector of the cat's striatum.

@article{Malach1986MosaicAO,
  title={Mosaic architecture of the somatic sensory-recipient sector of the cat's striatum.},
  author={Rafael Malach and Ann M. Graybiel},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1986},
  volume={6 12},
  pages={3436-58}
}
The striatum is known to have a compartmental organization in which histochemically defined zones called striosomes form branched 3-dimensional labyrinths embedded within the surrounding matrix. We explored how fiber projections from cortical somatic sensory areas representing cutaneous and deep-receptor inputs are organized in relation to this striatal architecture. Areas SI and 3a were mapped electrophysiologically, and distinguishable anterograde tracers (wheat germ agglutinin-HRP and 35S… CONTINUE READING

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