Rabbit cingulate cortex: cytoarchitecture, physiological border with visual cortex, and afferent cortical connections of visual, motor, postsubicular, and intracingulate origin.

@article{Vogt1986RabbitCC,
  title={Rabbit cingulate cortex: cytoarchitecture, physiological border with visual cortex, and afferent cortical connections of visual, motor, postsubicular, and intracingulate origin.},
  author={Brent A. Vogt and Robert W. Sikes and Harvey A Swadlow and Theodore G Weyand},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1986},
  volume={248 1},
  pages={74-94}
}
The connections of cingulate cortex with visual, motor, and parahippocampal cortices in the rabbit brain are evaluated by using a modified Brodmann cytoarchitectural scheme, electrophysiological mapping techniques, and the pathway tracers horseradish peroxidase (HRP) and tritiated amino acids. Rabbit cingulate cortex can be divided into areas 25, 24, and 29. Area 29 is of particular interest because area 29d has a lateral extension with a granular layer IV, area 29b has a caudal extension in… CONTINUE READING

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