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Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to PRE

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7234 Entorhinal area, lateral partPresubiculum existsPHAL
Layer 1 of Pre labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7235 Entorhinal area, lateral partPresubiculum existsPHAL
Layer 5 of Pre labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7236 Entorhinal area, lateral partPresubiculum existsPHAL
Layer 6 of Pre labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80766 Entorhinal area, lateral partPresubiculum moderatePHAL
[] labeled fibers were obvious in layers I, V, and VI of the pre- and parasubiculum [].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80767 Entorhinal area, lateral partPresubiculum moderatePHAL
[] labeled fibers were obvious in layers I, V, and VI of the pre- and parasubiculum [].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80768 Entorhinal area, lateral partPresubiculum moderatePHAL
[] labeled fibers were obvious in layers I, V, and VI of the pre- and parasubiculum [].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to PAR

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7237 Entorhinal area, lateral partParasubiculum existsPHAL
Layer 1 of PAR labeled.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7238 Entorhinal area, lateral partParasubiculum existsPHAL
Layer 5 of PAR labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7239 Entorhinal area, lateral partParasubiculum existsPHAL
Layer 6 of PAR labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80769 Entorhinal area, lateral partParasubiculum moderatePHAL
[] labeled fibers were obvious in layers I, V, and VI of the pre- and parasubiculum [].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80770 Entorhinal area, lateral partParasubiculum moderatePHAL
[] labeled fibers were obvious in layers I, V, and VI of the pre- and parasubiculum [].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80771 Entorhinal area, lateral partParasubiculum moderatePHAL
[] labeled fibers were obvious in layers I, V, and VI of the pre- and parasubiculum [].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to PIR

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7240 Entorhinal area, lateral partPiriform area existsPHAL
Wyss JCN 199:495-512,1981, rat, autoradiography. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80774 Entorhinal area, lateral partPiriform area moderatePHAL
Ventral to the rhinal fissure (Fig. 2, 4), a moderate number of labeled fibers were found throughout the length of the piriform cortex, although they were more dense caudally in the periamygdaloid area. They were found in all 3 layers, although they were
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80775 Entorhinal area, lateral partPiriform area light/moderatePHAL
Ventral to the rhinal fissure (Fig. 2, 4), a moderate number of labeled fibers were found throughout the length of the piriform cortex, although they were more dense caudally in the periamygdaloid area. They were found in all 3 layers, although they were
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80776 Entorhinal area, lateral partPiriform area moderate/strongPHAL
Ventral to the rhinal fissure (Fig. 2, 4), a moderate number of labeled fibers were found throughout the length of the piriform cortex, although they were more dense caudally in the periamygdaloid area. They were found in all 3 layers, although they were
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80777 Entorhinal area, lateral partPiriform area moderatePHAL
Only a few fibers were seen in the molecular layer of the dentate gyrus-a reflection of the fact that very few cells in layer II of the entorhinal area were labeled by the injection (see Steward and Scoville, 1976).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to TT

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7241 Entorhinal area, lateral partTaenia tecta existsPHAL
Haberly & Price JCN 178:711-40, 1978; 181:781-808, 1978, rat, autoradiography; Wyss JCN 199:495-512,1981, rat, autoradiography. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to OT

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7242 Entorhinal area, lateral partOlfactory tubercle existsPHAL
Haberly & Price JCN 178:711-40, 1978; 181:781-808, 1978, rat, autoradiography; Wyss JCN 199:495-512,1981, rat, autoradiography; Sorensen & Witter, NL 35:259-641983, rat, guinea pig, cat, autoradiography. Collator note: known projections to HF not liste
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to CP

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7243 Entorhinal area, lateral partCaudoputamen existsPHAL
earlier: Sorensen & Witter, NL 35:259-641983, rat, guinea pig, cat, autoradiography. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80854 Entorhinal area, lateral partCaudoputamen strongPHAL
Two subcortical regions of the telencephalon also contained massive plexuses of labeled fibers after PHA-L injections in the lateral entorhinal area. One was centered along the length of the medial striatum, and included parts of the caudoputamen []. Col
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80855 Entorhinal area, lateral partCaudoputamen strongPHAL
Two subcortical regions of the telencephalon also contained massive plexuses of labeled fibers after PHA-L injections in the lateral entorhinal area. One was centered along the length of the medial striatum, and included parts of the caudoputamen []. Col
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ACB

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7244 Entorhinal area, lateral partNucleus accumbens existsPHAL
earlier: Wyss JCN 199:495-512,1981, rat, autoradiography ; Krayniak et al. BR 209:427-31, 1981; Sorensen & Witter, NL 35:259-641983, rat, guinea pig, cat, autoradiography. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80856 Entorhinal area, lateral partNucleus accumbens strongPHAL
Two subcortical regions of the telencephalon also contained massive plexuses of labeled fibers after PHA-L injections in the lateral entorhinal area. One was centered along the length of the medial striatum, and included most of the nucleus accumbens.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to PAA

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7245 Entorhinal area, lateral partPiriform-amygdaloid area existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80790 Entorhinal area, lateral partPiriform-amygdaloid area strongPHAL
[] a dense plexus of fibers was clearly labeled in the molecular and cellular layers of the posterior cortical nucleus of the amygdala and the amygdalo-hippocampal transition area (posterior medial nucleus of the amygdala; not illustrated).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to TR

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7246 Entorhinal area, lateral partPostpiriform transition area existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80791 Entorhinal area, lateral partPostpiriform transition area strongPHAL
[] a dense plexus of fibers was clearly labeled in the molecular and cellular layers of the posterior cortical nucleus of the amygdala and the amygdalo-hippocampal transition area (posterior medial nucleus of the amygdala; not illustrated).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AON

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7247 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior olfactory nucleus existsPHAL
ipsilateral; earlier: Haberly & Price JCN 178:711-40, 1978; 181:781-808, 1978, rat, autoradiography; Wyss JCN 199:495-512,1981, rat, autoradiography. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7248 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior olfactory nucleus existsPHAL
contralateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to NLOT

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7249 Entorhinal area, lateral partNucleus of the lateral olfactory tract existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80789 Entorhinal area, lateral partNucleus of the lateral olfactory tract lightPHAL
[] the nucleus of the lateral olfactory tract receive sparse inputs []
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to COAa

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7250 Entorhinal area, lateral partCortical nucleus of the amygdala anterior part existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to COAp

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7251 Entorhinal area, lateral partCortical nucleus of the amygdala posterior part existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to PA

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7252 Entorhinal area, lateral partPosterior nucleus of the amygdala existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ILA

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7253 Entorhinal area, lateral partInfralimbic area existsPHAL
ipsilateral; earlier: Sorensen JCN 238:308-22, 1985, guinea pig, autoradiography and retrograde fluorescent tracers. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7254 Entorhinal area, lateral partInfralimbic area existsPHAL
contralateral
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80792 Entorhinal area, lateral partInfralimbic area strongPHAL
As is shown in Figures 2, B and C, 3, and 4A, dense terminal plexuses were labeled in layers II and V of the infralimbic and prelimbic areas, and many fibers appeared to enter these layers from layer VI, and perhaps from layer I as well.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80793 Entorhinal area, lateral partInfralimbic area strongPHAL
As is shown in Figures 2, B and C, 3, and 4A, dense terminal plexuses were labeled in layers II and V of the infralimbic and prelimbic areas, and many fibers appeared to enter these layers from layer VI, and perhaps from layer I as well.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to PL

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7255 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrelimbic area existsPHAL
ipsilateral; earlier: Sorensen JCN 238:308-22, 1985, guinea pig, autoradiography and retrograde fluorescent tracers. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7256 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrelimbic area existsPHAL
contralateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80794 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrelimbic area strongPHAL
As is shown in Figures 2, B and C, 3, and 4A, dense terminal plexuses were labeled in layers II and V of the infralimbic and prelimbic areas, and many fibers appeared to enter these layers from layer VI, and perhaps from layer I as well.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80795 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrelimbic area strongPHAL
As is shown in Figures 2, B and C, 3, and 4A, dense terminal plexuses were labeled in layers II and V of the infralimbic and prelimbic areas, and many fibers appeared to enter these layers from layer VI, and perhaps from layer I as well.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ACA

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7257 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior cingulate area existsPHAL
ipsilateral; earlier: Sorensen JCN 238:308-22, 1985, guinea pig, autoradiography and retrograde fluorescent tracers. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7258 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior cingulate area existsPHAL
contralateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to RSP

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7259 Entorhinal area, lateral partRetrosplenial area existsPHAL
lightest input in cortex; earlier: Sorensen JCN 238:308-22, 1985, guinea pig, autoradiography and retrograde fluorescent tracers. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ORB

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7260 Entorhinal area, lateral partOrbital area existsPHAL
ispilateral; eralier: Wyss JCN 199:495-512,1981, rat, autoradiography. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7261 Entorhinal area, lateral partOrbital area existsPHAL
contralateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AI

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7262 Entorhinal area, lateral partAgranular insular area existsPHAL
earlier: Sorensen JCN 238:308-22, 1985, guinea pig, autoradiography and retrograde fluorescent tracers. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to GU

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7263 Entorhinal area, lateral partGustatory areas existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80814 Entorhinal area, lateral partGustatory areas light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B-C. The parts of the gustatory and visceral cortices shown
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80815 Entorhinal area, lateral partGustatory areas light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B-C. The parts of the gustatory and visceral cortices shown
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to VISC

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7264 Entorhinal area, lateral partVisceral area existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80816 Entorhinal area, lateral partVisceral area light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B-C. The parts of the gustatory and visceral cortices shown
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80817 Entorhinal area, lateral partVisceral area light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B-C. The parts of the gustatory and visceral cortices shown
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to MO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7265 Entorhinal area, lateral partSomatic motor areas existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7276 Entorhinal area, lateral partSomatic motor areas existsFast Blue
layer 4 of ENTl labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7277 Entorhinal area, lateral partSomatic motor areas existsFast Blue
layer 6 of ENTl labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AUD

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7266 Entorhinal area, lateral partAuditory areas existsPHAL
Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to TEv

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7267 Entorhinal area, lateral partVentral temporal association areas existsPHAL
ipsilateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7268 Entorhinal area, lateral partVentral temporal association areas existsPHAL
contralateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80833 Entorhinal area, lateral partVentral temporal association areas moderate/strongPHAL
[] entire temporal region received a substantial complement of labeled fibers that was generally centered in the deep part of layer I, as well as in layers II, III, and VI (Fig. 4). Collator note: the pattern of inputs to the different regions of the tem
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80834 Entorhinal area, lateral partVentral temporal association areas light/moderatePHAL
[] entire temporal region received a substantial complement of labeled fibers that was generally centered in the deep part of layer I, as well as in layers II, III, and VI (Fig. 4). Collator note: the pattern of inputs to the different regions of the tem
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80835 Entorhinal area, lateral partVentral temporal association areas light/moderatePHAL
[] entire temporal region received a substantial complement of labeled fibers that was generally centered in the deep part of layer I, as well as in layers II, III, and VI (Fig. 4). Collator note: the pattern of inputs to the different regions of the tem
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ECT

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7269 Entorhinal area, lateral partEctorhinal area existsPHAL
ipsilateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7270 Entorhinal area, lateral partEctorhinal area existsPHAL
contralateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80845 Entorhinal area, lateral partEctorhinal area moderatePHAL
Collator note: medium dense terminal fields in layer III of ECT. Also, moderate labeling of fibers. See Fig. 2B-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80846 Entorhinal area, lateral partEctorhinal area moderatePHAL
Collator note: medium dense terminal fields in layer II of ECT. See Fig. 2B-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80847 Entorhinal area, lateral partEctorhinal area light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: bundles of fibers, some of them leaving terminal fields. See Figure 2B-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to PERI

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7271 Entorhinal area, lateral partPerirhinal area existsPHAL
ipsilateral; there is a very dense terminal plexus in the superficial quarter of layer 1; earlier: Sorensen JCN 238:308-22, 1985, guinea pig, autoradiography. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
7272 Entorhinal area, lateral partPerirhinal area existsPHAL
contralateral. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80841 Entorhinal area, lateral partPerirhinal area strongPHAL
Collator note: strong labeling of fibers and terminal fields in the first layer. The fibers go caudally towards the lateral entorhinal area.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80842 Entorhinal area, lateral partPerirhinal area strongPHAL
Collator note: dense terminal fields in layer II of PERI. See Fig. 2B-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80843 Entorhinal area, lateral partPerirhinal area moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: moderate-to-strong terminal fields and fibers in layer III of PERI. See Fig. 2B-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80844 Entorhinal area, lateral partPerirhinal area light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: bundles of fibers, some of them leaving terminal fields. See Figure 2B-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to LA

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7273 Entorhinal area, lateral partLateral nucleus of the amygdala existsPHAL
earlier: Wyss JCN 199:495-512,1981; OttersenJCN 205:30-48, 1982. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to BLA

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7274 Entorhinal area, lateral partBasolateral nucleus of the amygdala existsPHAL
earlier: Wyss JCN 199:495-512,1981; OttersenJCN 205:30-48, 1982. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to SS

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7275 Entorhinal area, lateral partSomatosensory areas existsFast Blue
layer 4 of ENTl labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to CA1

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80762 Entorhinal area, lateral partField CA1 strongPHAL
Well-known projections through the perforant and alvear pathways to the subiculum and Ammon horn (see Raisman et al., 1965; Steward, 1976; Swanson and Cowan, 1977) were heavily labeled []. Collator note: CA1 is heavily labeled, see Fig 2 B-E.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to DG

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80763 Entorhinal area, lateral partDentate gyrus lightPHAL
only a few fibers were seen in the molecular layer of the dentate gyrus-a reflection of the fact that very few cells in layer II of the entorhinal area were labeled by the injection (see Steward and Scoville, 1976).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to CA3

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80764 Entorhinal area, lateral partField CA3 strongPHAL
Well-known projections through the perforant and alvear pathways to the subiculum and Ammon horn (see Raisman et al., 1965; Steward, 1976; Swanson and Cowan, 1977) were heavily labeled [].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

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80765 Entorhinal area, lateral partSubiculum ventral part strongPHAL
Well-known projections through the perforant and alvear pathways to the subiculum and Ammon horn (see Raisman et al., 1965; Steward, 1976; Swanson and Cowan, 1977) were heavily labeled [].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to TTd

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80772 Entorhinal area, lateral partTaenia tecta dorsal part moderate/strongPHAL
the taenia tecta [], also received a clear input from the lateral entorhinal area (Wyss, 198 1). Collator note: both TTd and TTv appear to be labeled.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

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80773 Entorhinal area, lateral partTaenia tecta ventral part moderate/strongPHAL
the taenia tecta [], also received a clear input from the lateral entorhinal area (Wyss, 198 1). Collator note: both TTd and TTv appear to be labeled.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to OT1

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80778 Entorhinal area, lateral partOlfactory tubercle molecular layer strongPHAL
similar [with the piriform cortex], though considerably more dense, pattern was seen in the olfactory tubercle. Collator note: the (rostro-)medial part of the OT appears to be densely stained. See Fig 2A.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

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80779 Entorhinal area, lateral partOlfactory tubercle pyramidal layer strongPHAL
similar [with the piriform cortex], though considerably more dense, pattern was seen in the olfactory tubercle. Collator note: the (rostro-)medial part of the OT appears to be densely stained.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

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80780 Entorhinal area, lateral partOlfactory tubercle polymorph layer strongPHAL
similar [with the piriform cortex], though considerably more dense, pattern was seen in the olfactory tubercle. Collator note: the (rostro-)medial part of the OT appears to be densely stained.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to EPd

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80782 Entorhinal area, lateral partEndopiriform nucleus dorsal part moderatePHAL
Many longitudinally oriented fibers coursed through the endopiriform nucleus deep into the piriform cortex, and through the dorsally adjacent claustrum deep into the insular region. Although all of these longitudinal fibers were varicose, very few gave ri
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to CLA

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80783 Entorhinal area, lateral partClaustrum moderatePHAL
Many longitudinally oriented fibers coursed through the endopiriform nucleus deep into the piriform cortex, and through the dorsally adjacent claustrum deep into the insular region. Although all of these longitudinal fibers were varicose, very few gave ri
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AONm

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80784 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior olfactory nucleus medial part moderate/strongPHAL
The cell layer of the anterior olfactory nucleus received a particularly dense plexus of labeled fibers (Fig. 3), which appeared to enter from both the nucleus accumbens(Fig. 2, 4) and adjacent cortical areas (Fig. 2B).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

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80785 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior olfactory nucleus lateral part moderate/strongPHAL
The cell layer of the anterior olfactory nucleus received a particularly dense plexus of labeled fibers (Fig. 3), which appeared to enter from both the nucleus accumbens(Fig. 2, 4) and adjacent cortical areas (Fig. 2B).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

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80786 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior olfactory nucleus dorsal part moderate/strongPHAL
The cell layer of the anterior olfactory nucleus received a particularly dense plexus of labeled fibers (Fig. 3), which appeared to enter from both the nucleus accumbens(Fig. 2, 4) and adjacent cortical areas (Fig. 2B).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AONpv

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80787 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior olfactory nucleus posteroventral part moderate/strongPHAL
The cell layer of the anterior olfactory nucleus received a particularly dense plexus of labeled fibers (Fig. 3), which appeared to enter from both the nucleus accumbens(Fig. 2, 4) and adjacent cortical areas (Fig. 2B).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AONe

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80788 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior olfactory nucleus external part moderate/strongPHAL
The cell layer of the anterior olfactory nucleus received a particularly dense plexus of labeled fibers (Fig. 3), which appeared to enter from both the nucleus accumbens(Fig. 2, 4) and adjacent cortical areas (Fig. 2B).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ACAv

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80796 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderatePHAL
Further caudally, layers II and VI of the anterior limbic area of the cingulate gyrus appeared to receive a modest input []. Collator note: mapped here as ACAd and ACAv, respectively.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80797 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderatePHAL
Further caudally, layers II and VI of the anterior limbic area of the cingulate gyrus appeared to receive a modest input []. Collator note: mapped here as ACAd and ACAv, respectively.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ACAd

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80798 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior cingulate area dorsal part moderatePHAL
Further caudally, layers II and VI of the anterior limbic area of the cingulate gyrus appeared to receive a modest input []. Collator note: mapped here as ACAd and ACAv, respectively.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80799 Entorhinal area, lateral partAnterior cingulate area dorsal part moderatePHAL
Further caudally, layers II and VI of the anterior limbic area of the cingulate gyrus appeared to receive a modest input []. Collator note: mapped here as ACAd and ACAv, respectively.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to RSPv

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80800 Entorhinal area, lateral partRetrosplenial area ventral part very lightPHAL
somewhat surprisingly, the retrosplenial area caudal (anterior cingulate) to it received perhaps the sparsest input from the lateral entorhinal area of any cortical field[]. Collator note: only RSPd and RSPv are considered, because it is difficult to ide
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

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80801 Entorhinal area, lateral partRetrosplenial area dorsal part very lightPHAL
somewhat surprisingly, the retrosplenial area caudal (anterior cingulate) to it received perhaps the sparsest input from the lateral entorhinal area of any cortical field[].
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ORBl

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80802 Entorhinal area, lateral partOrbital area lateral part moderatePHAL
[] the orbital cortex of the prefrontal region and the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80803 Entorhinal area, lateral partOrbital area lateral part moderatePHAL
[] the orbital cortex of the prefrontal region and the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ORBvl

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80804 Entorhinal area, lateral partOrbital area ventrolateral part moderatePHAL
[] the orbital cortex of the prefrontal region and the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80805 Entorhinal area, lateral partOrbital area ventrolateral part moderatePHAL
[] the orbital cortex of the prefrontal region and the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to ORBm

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80806 Entorhinal area, lateral partOrbital area medial part moderatePHAL
[] the orbital cortex of the prefrontal region and the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80807 Entorhinal area, lateral partOrbital area medial part moderatePHAL
[] the orbital cortex of the prefrontal region and the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2B
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AIv

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80808 Entorhinal area, lateral partAgranular insular area ventral part light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2A-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80809 Entorhinal area, lateral partAgranular insular area ventral part light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2A-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AId

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80810 Entorhinal area, lateral partAgranular insular area dorsal part light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2A-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80811 Entorhinal area, lateral partAgranular insular area dorsal part light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2A-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AIp

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80812 Entorhinal area, lateral partAgranular insular area posterior part light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2A-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80813 Entorhinal area, lateral partAgranular insular area posterior part light/moderatePHAL
[]the entire length of the insular region received a relatively uniform complement of fibers that was concentrated in layers II and VI and was only moderately dense []. Collator note: see Fig.2A-C.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to SSs

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80818 Entorhinal area, lateral partSupplemental somatosensory area lightPHAL
The somatosensory areas each ontained only scattered fibers, which were found primarily in layers II and VI (Fig. 4C), although the density of labeled axons was noticeably greater in caudal parts of this area (Fig. 2).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80819 Entorhinal area, lateral partSupplemental somatosensory area lightPHAL
The somatosensory areas each ontained only scattered fibers, which were found primarily in layers II and VI (Fig. 4C), although the density of labeled axons was noticeably greater in caudal parts of this area (Fig. 2).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80820 Entorhinal area, lateral partSupplemental somatosensory area moderate/strongPHAL
The somatosensory areas each ontained only scattered fibers, which were found primarily in layers II and VI (Fig. 4C), although the density of labeled axons was noticeably greater in caudal parts of this area (Fig. 2). Collator note: layer II shows a grea
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80821 Entorhinal area, lateral partSupplemental somatosensory area light/moderatePHAL
The somatosensory areas each ontained only scattered fibers, which were found primarily in layers II and VI (Fig. 4C), although the density of labeled axons was noticeably greater in caudal parts of this area (Fig. 2).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80822 Entorhinal area, lateral partSupplemental somatosensory area lightPHAL
The somatosensory areas each ontained only scattered fibers, which were found primarily in layers II and VI (Fig. 4C), although the density of labeled axons was noticeably greater in caudal parts of this area (Fig. 2).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80823 Entorhinal area, lateral partSupplemental somatosensory area lightPHAL
The somatosensory areas each ontained only scattered fibers, which were found primarily in layers II and VI (Fig. 4C), although the density of labeled axons was noticeably greater in caudal parts of this area (Fig. 2).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80824 Entorhinal area, lateral partSupplemental somatosensory area moderate/strongPHAL
The somatosensory areas each ontained only scattered fibers, which were found primarily in layers II and VI (Fig. 4C), although the density of labeled axons was noticeably greater in caudal parts of this area (Fig. 2). Collator note: layer II shows a grea
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80825 Entorhinal area, lateral partSupplemental somatosensory area moderatePHAL
The somatosensory areas each ontained only scattered fibers, which were found primarily in layers II and VI (Fig. 4C), although the density of labeled axons was noticeably greater in caudal parts of this area (Fig. 2).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to VISp

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80826 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrimary visual area light/moderatePHAL
In the occipital region, the primary visual area 17 contained a sparse-to-moderate number of fibers in layers II and VI, as well as a larger number of fibers in the deeper parts of layer I, a feature that distinguished it from the surrounding area 18 (Fig
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80827 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrimary visual area light/moderatePHAL
In the occipital region, the primary visual area 17 contained a sparse-to-moderate number of fibers in layers II and VI, as well as a larger number of fibers in the deeper parts of layer I, a feature that distinguished it from the surrounding area 18 (Fig
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to VISpl

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
80828 Entorhinal area, lateral partPosterolateral visual area lightPHAL
In the occipital region, the primary visual area 17 contained a sparse-to-moderate number of fibers in layers II and VI, as well as a larger number of fibers in the deeper parts of layer I, a feature that distinguished it from the surrounding area 18 (Fig
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80829 Entorhinal area, lateral partPosterolateral visual area lightPHAL
In the occipital region, the primary visual area 17 contained a sparse-to-moderate number of fibers in layers II and VI, as well as a larger number of fibers in the deeper parts of layer I, a feature that distinguished it from the surrounding area 18 (Fig
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to RSPagl

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
80830 Entorhinal area, lateral partRetrosplenial area lateral agranular part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: RSPagl is shown partially in Fig. 2E. Its labeling pattern is different from the other RSP areas. Terminal fields and fibers are labeled in layers II and VI, as well as some in layer I.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80831 Entorhinal area, lateral partRetrosplenial area lateral agranular part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: RSPagl is shown partially in Fig. 2E. Its labeling pattern is different from the other RSP areas. Terminal fields and fibers are labeled in layers II and VI, as well as some in layer I.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80832 Entorhinal area, lateral partRetrosplenial area lateral agranular part lightPHAL
Collator note: RSPagl is shown partially in Fig. 2E. Its labeling pattern is different from the other RSP areas. Terminal fields and fibers are labeled in layers II and VI, as well as some in layer I.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AUDv

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
80836 Entorhinal area, lateral partVentral auditory areas strongPHAL
[] entire temporal region received a substantial complement of labeled fibers that was generally centered in the deep part of layer I, as well as in layers II, III, and VI (Fig. 4). Collator note: the pattern of inputs to the different regions of the tem
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80837 Entorhinal area, lateral partVentral auditory areas moderatePHAL
[] entire temporal region received a substantial complement of labeled fibers that was generally centered in the deep part of layer I, as well as in layers II, III, and VI (Fig. 4). Collator note: the pattern of inputs to the different regions of the tem
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80838 Entorhinal area, lateral partVentral auditory areas very lightPHAL
] entire temporal region received a substantial complement of labeled fibers that was generally centered in the deep part of layer I, as well as in layers II, III, and VI (Fig. 4). Collator note: the pattern of inputs to the different regions of the temp
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to AUDp

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
80839 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrimary auditory area strongPHAL
[] entire temporal region received a substantial complement of labeled fibers that was generally centered in the deep part of layer I, as well as in layers II, III, and VI (Fig. 4). Collator note: the pattern of inputs to the different regions of the tem
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80840 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrimary auditory area moderatePHAL
[] entire temporal region received a substantial complement of labeled fibers that was generally centered in the deep part of layer I, as well as in layers II, III, and VI (Fig. 4). Collator note: the pattern of inputs to the different regions of the tem
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to MOp

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80848 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrimary motor area not presentPHAL
The motor cortex also received fibers that were distributed in a characteristic way. Here, layer VI contained a relatively larger number of fibers coursing in all directions, whereas only a few labeled fibers were observed in layer II (and layer I).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80849 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrimary motor area lightPHAL
The motor cortex also received fibers that were distributed in a characteristic way. Here, layer VI contained a relatively larger number of fibers coursing in all directions, whereas only a few labeled fibers were observed in layer II (and layer I).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80850 Entorhinal area, lateral partPrimary motor area moderate/strongPHAL
The motor cortex also received fibers that were distributed in a characteristic way. Here, layer VI contained a relatively larger number of fibers coursing in all directions, whereas only a few labeled fibers were observed in layer II (and layer I). Colla
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to MOs

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
80851 Entorhinal area, lateral partSecondary motor area lightPHAL
The motor cortex also received fibers that were distributed in a characteristic way. Here, layer VI contained a relatively larger number of fibers coursing in all directions, whereas only a few labeled fibers were observed in layer II (and layer I).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80852 Entorhinal area, lateral partSecondary motor area lightPHAL
The motor cortex also received fibers that were distributed in a characteristic way. Here, layer VI contained a relatively larger number of fibers coursing in all directions, whereas only a few labeled fibers were observed in layer II (and layer I).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
80853 Entorhinal area, lateral partSecondary motor area moderate/strongPHAL
The motor cortex also received fibers that were distributed in a characteristic way. Here, layer VI contained a relatively larger number of fibers coursing in all directions, whereas only a few labeled fibers were observed in layer II (and layer I). Colla
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to BLAa

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80857 Entorhinal area, lateral partBasolateral nucleus of the amygdala anterior part moderatePHAL
Collator note: See Figure 2A.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to BLAp

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80858 Entorhinal area, lateral partBasolateral nucleus of the amygdala posterior part moderatePHAL
Collator note: See Figure 2A.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to MS

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
80859 Entorhinal area, lateral partMedial septal nucleus very lightPHAL
A very small number of fibers were also observed in the medial septal nuclei, and a few were even seen crossing the midline in and near the anterior commissure (Fig. 2C).
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: The injection site was centered in the deep layers of the lateral entorhinal area (Figs. 1,2), although a few cells were also heavily labeled in layers II and III. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. On the basis of cell counts, it was estimated that on the order of 1500 neurons were labeled in this injection site. Collator note: this case is sectioned horizontally, therefore difficult to map the injection site on the Swanson Atlas Plates.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTm to MO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
7278 Entorhinal area medial part, dorsal zoneSomatic motor areas existsFast Blue
layer 6 of ENTm labeled. Collator note: known projections to HF not listed here.
Swanson L.W., Kohler C., 1986
General description technique/protocol: none provided