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Dopamine-containing neurons of the substantia nigra and their terminals in the neostriatum

UCLA Forum in Medical Sciences

Jan 1, 1975

V M TennysonL Marco

PMID: 827

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Tne ultrastructural and fluorescence histochemical characteristics of the mature rabbit substantia nigra and neostriatum have been reviewed as a frame of reference for the developmental study. Biochemical investigations were reported on neostriatal dopamine concentrations and the relati...read more

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Cell Motility
Lentiform Nucleus Structure
Immunofluorescence Microscopy
Substantia Nigra Structure
Cell Differentiation Process
Neural Pathways
Axon
Synapses
Electron Microscopy
Morphogenesis
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Dopamine-containing neurons of the substantia nigra and their terminals in the neostriatum

UCLA Forum in Medical Sciences

Jan 1, 1975

V M TennysonL Marco

PMID: 827

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Abstract

Tne ultrastructural and fluorescence histochemical characteristics of the mature rabbit substantia nigra and neostriatum have been reviewed as a frame of reference for the developmental study. Biochemical investigations were reported on neostriatal dopamine concentrations and the relati...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Cell Motility
Lentiform Nucleus Structure
Immunofluorescence Microscopy
Substantia Nigra Structure
Cell Differentiation Process
Neural Pathways
Axon
Synapses
Electron Microscopy
Morphogenesis

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