Spinocerebellar neurons and propriospinal neurons in the cervical spinal cord: a fluorescent double-labeling study in the rat and the cat

@article{Verburgh1989SpinocerebellarNA,
  title={Spinocerebellar neurons and propriospinal neurons in the cervical spinal cord: a fluorescent double-labeling study in the rat and the cat},
  author={Cees A. Verburgh and Heinrich Kuypers and J. N. de Voogd and Hieronymus P. Stevens},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1989},
  volume={75},
  pages={73-82}
}
SummaryIn the cervical spinal cord of the rat and the cat, the distributions of spinocerebellar and of descending propriospinal neurons were investigated using the retrograde fluorescent double-labeling technique. Moreover, a search was made for the presence of neurons with both ascending spinocerebellar and descending propriospinal axoncollaterals. Diamidino Yellow Dihydrochloride (DY) was injected at T2, while True Blue (TB) (in rats) or Fast Blue (FB) (in cats) was injected in the cerebellum… CONTINUE READING
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