PEP-19 immunoreactivity in the cochlear nucleus and superior olive of the cat

@article{Berrebi1998PEP19II,
  title={PEP-19 immunoreactivity in the cochlear nucleus and superior olive of the cat},
  author={Albert S Berrebi and George A. Spirou},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={1998},
  volume={83},
  pages={535-554}
}
We applied antiserum to PEP-19, a presumptive calcium-binding polypeptide, to the auditory brainstem of cats to determine whether this antiserum would selectively reveal cochlear nucleus neurons and their projections. We report that the entire populations of ventral cochlear nucleus bushy and multipolar cells, but not octopus cells, express this peptide in their somata and dendrites. Presumed axons of spherical bushy cells located dorsally and thicker globular bushy cell fibers located… CONTINUE READING

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