Regional dendritic and spine variation in human cerebral cortex: a quantitative golgi study.

@article{Jacobs2001RegionalDA,
  title={Regional dendritic and spine variation in human cerebral cortex: a quantitative golgi study.},
  author={Bob Jacobs and Matthew Schall and Michael J. Prather and E Kapler and L Driscoll and S Baca and Jonathan Jacobs and KD Ford and Mark Wainwright and Martin Kurt Treml},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2001},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={
          558-71
        }
}
The present study explored differences in dendritic/spine extent across several human cortical regions. Specifically, the basilar dendrites/spines of supragranular pyramidal cells were examined in eight Brodmann's areas (BA) arranged according to Benson's (1993, Behav Neurol 6:75-81) functional hierarchy: primary cortex (somatosensory, BA3-1-2; motor, BA4), unimodal cortex (Wernicke's area, BA22; Broca's area, BA44), heteromodal cortex (supple- mentary motor area, BA6beta; angular gyrus, BA39… CONTINUE READING

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