The indusium griseum in the mouse: Architecture, Timm's histochemistry and some afferent connections

@article{Adamek1984TheIG,
  title={The indusium griseum in the mouse: Architecture, Timm's histochemistry and some afferent connections},
  author={Gloria D. Adamek and Michael T Shipley and Marc S. Sanders},
  journal={Brain Research Bulletin},
  year={1984},
  volume={12},
  pages={657-668}
}
The Indusium griseum (IG) is an enigmatic cortical field classically felt to be a part of the hippocampus (HC). In the mouse, IG lies just dorsal to the corpus callosum at the base of the anterior half of cingulate cortex. In coronal sections the field is small but constitutes a fairly long rostro-caudal strip. The connections of the IG are poorly understood. The Timm's staining pattern of the IG is reminiscent of a mini-dentate gyrus (DG) comprising a layer of granule cells with two bands of… CONTINUE READING

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