The morphology and distribution of 'Kolmer-Agduhr cells', a class of cerebrospinal-fluid-contacting neurons revealed in the frog embryo spinal cord by GABA immunocytochemistry.

@article{Dale1987TheMA,
  title={The morphology and distribution of 'Kolmer-Agduhr cells', a class of cerebrospinal-fluid-contacting neurons revealed in the frog embryo spinal cord by GABA immunocytochemistry.},
  author={Nelle Dale and Alan Roberts and Ole Petter Ottersen and Jon Storm-Mathisen},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={1987},
  volume={232 1267},
  pages={193-203}
}
An immunocytochemical method that localizes GABA in glutaraldehyde-fixed tissue has been applied to the study of the Xenopus embryo spinal cord. This procedure stained an anatomical class of neuron, which had somata forming two more or less continuous rows, one on either side of the central canal, in the ventral part of the spinal cord. The total number of stained neurons in the stage 37-38 embryo spinal cord was about 300. The medial surface on the soma protruded into the central canal and had… CONTINUE READING