Quantitation of propriospinal fibers in the tract of lissauer of the rat

@article{Chung1982QuantitationOP,
  title={Quantitation of propriospinal fibers in the tract of lissauer of the rat},
  author={K. Chung and R. Coggeshall},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Neurology},
  year={1982},
  volume={211}
}
  • K. Chung, R. Coggeshall
  • Published 1982
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Comparative Neurology
  • The present study uses a spinal cord isolation procedure to remove extrinsic axons but leave intrinsic axons intact. The isolation is done by sectioning the spinal cord in two places and then cutting all dorsal roots between the two sections. The axons that survive the isolation procedure are thought to be propriospinal axons. Following isolation, approximately one‐third of the axons in sacral tracts of Lissauer in the rat survive. Thus approximately one‐third of the axons in sacral tracts of… CONTINUE READING
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