The pallidofugal projection system in primates: evidence for neurons branching ipsilaterally and contralaterally to the thalamus and brainstem.

@article{Parent1999ThePP,
  title={The pallidofugal projection system in primates: evidence for neurons branching ipsilaterally and contralaterally to the thalamus and brainstem.},
  author={Martin Parent and Martin L{\'e}vesque and Andr{\'e} Parent},
  journal={Journal of chemical neuroanatomy},
  year={1999},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={153-65}
}
This paper summarizes the results of some of our previous neuroanatomical studies on the pallidofugal projections in squirrel monkeys and also reports more recent data obtained with double retrograde and single axon tracing methods. Injections of anterograde tracers in the internal pallidum label axons that reach the ventral tier, centromedian and lateral habenular thalamic nuclei, as well as the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus. The pallidofugal projections are composed of axons that branch… CONTINUE READING
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