Neocortical origin and tangential migration of guidepost neurons in the lateral olfactory tract.

@article{Tomioka2000NeocorticalOA,
  title={Neocortical origin and tangential migration of guidepost neurons in the lateral olfactory tract.},
  author={Naomi Tomioka and Noriko Osumi and Yumi Sato and Tetsufumi Inoue and Shun Nakamura and Hajime Fujisawa and Tatsumi Hirata},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={20 15},
  pages={
          5802-12
        }
}
The early-generated neurons designated as lot cells specifically mark the future site of the lateral olfactory tract (LOT) and guide LOT axons. We investigated the mechanism of how lot cells develop and get localized in the LOT position. Lot cells differentiated from neuroepithelial cells in all regions of the neocortex but not from those in the ganglionic eminence in culture. Cell tracing analyses demonstrated that lot cells generated from the neocortex subsequently followed a tangential… CONTINUE READING

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