Subcortical White Matter Interstitial Cells: Their Connections, Neurochemical Specialization, and Role in the Histogenesis of the Cortex

@article{Okhotin2003SubcorticalWM,
  title={Subcortical White Matter Interstitial Cells: Their Connections, Neurochemical Specialization, and Role in the Histogenesis of the Cortex},
  author={V. E. Okhotin and Sergei G Kalinichenko},
  journal={Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={33},
  pages={177-194}
}
ed between myelinated nerve fibers, were first identified by Theodor Meynert in 1867 [102]. Early reports published in the early 1900s [49, 113, 128, 129, 138] give different names for these elements: “subcortical cells,” “extracortical (non-plate) neurons,” “outlying cells,” and “subcortical plate (subplate) neurons.” After Cajal termed these cells white matter “interstitial” cells (WMIC) of the cerebellum in 1911, this, being the most precise term, entered use in the description of this of… CONTINUE READING

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