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Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to ACB

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36004 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus accumbens lightPHAL
a distinct terminal field in dorsomedial shell of ACB
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36005 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus accumbens fibers of passagePHAL
a distinct terminal field in dorsomedial shell of ACB
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36006 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus accumbens lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36007 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus accumbens fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36008 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus accumbens moderatePHAL
caudal septal region
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36009 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus accumbens fibers of passagePHAL
caudal septal region
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LSr

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36010 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36011 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to OV

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36012 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVascular organ of the lamina terminalis very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36013 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVascular organ of the lamina terminalis fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LPO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36014 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral preoptic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36015 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36060 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral preoptic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36061 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36094 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral preoptic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36095 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36128 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral preoptic area light/moderatePHAL
many scattered fibers with boutons in the medial region of the LPO
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36129 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
many scattered fibers with boutons in the medial region of the LPO
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SI

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36016 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
ventral region of rostral SI
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36017 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
ventral region of rostral SI
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36030 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36031 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36036 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36037 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36056 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36057 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36102 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36103 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36126 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata strongPHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36127 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36142 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata moderate/strongPHAL
many bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36143 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
many bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36164 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
ansa peducularis pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36165 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
ansa peducularis pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36202 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36203 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36227 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36228 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36266 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36267 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTad

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36018 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36019 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36024 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36025 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36046 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36047 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36074 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36075 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTav

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36020 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36021 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36026 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36027 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36048 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36049 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36076 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36077 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36104 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36105 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to MPO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36022 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36023 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36028 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic area light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36029 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36034 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36035 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36116 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic area moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36117 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to AVP

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36032 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36033 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36066 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36067 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36090 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36091 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PS

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36038 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParastrial nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36039 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParastrial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36058 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParastrial nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36059 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParastrial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36100 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParastrial nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36101 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParastrial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to MEPO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36040 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus moderatePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36041 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36062 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36063 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36072 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus moderatePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36073 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36086 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36087 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36098 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36099 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36130 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus light/moderatePHAL
fibers with few branches, but many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36131 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
fibers with few branches, but many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to AVPV

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36042 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral periventricular nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36043 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral periventricular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36070 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral periventricular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36071 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteroventral periventricular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LSr.m.v.c

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36044 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region caudal domain very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36045 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region caudal domain fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in exqeriment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTsc

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36050 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis, anterior division, subcommisural zone moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36051 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis, anterior division, subcommisural zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTfu

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36052 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division fusiform nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36053 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division fusiform nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTal

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36054 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36055 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36080 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area moderatePHAL
ventral corner of the caudal BSTal
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36081 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area fibers of passagePHAL
ventral corner of the caudal BSTal
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36110 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area moderatePHAL
many fibers, but less boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36111 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area fibers of passagePHAL
many fibers, but less boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to MPNl

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36064 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus lateral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36065 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36088 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus lateral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36089 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36118 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus lateral part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36119 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to ADP

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36068 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterodorsal preoptic nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36069 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterodorsal preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36092 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterodorsal preoptic nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36093 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterodorsal preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTdm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36078 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36079 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36108 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36109 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTrh

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36082 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis rhomboid nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36083 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis rhomboid nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36112 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis rhomboid nucleus moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36113 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis rhomboid nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTv

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36084 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleus moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36085 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36106 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleus moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36107 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36138 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36139 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVpo

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36096 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPreoptic periventricular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36097 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPreoptic periventricular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36124 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPreoptic periventricular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36125 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPreoptic periventricular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PD

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36114 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterodorsal preoptic nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36115 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterodorsal preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to MPNm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36120 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus medial part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36121 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to MPNc

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36122 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus central part lightPHAL
a distinct terminal field
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36123 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus central part fibers of passagePHAL
a distinct terminal field
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36132 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus very lightPHAL
more termininals in region dorsal to the SO
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36133 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
more termininals in region dorsal to the SO
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36154 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36155 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36168 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus moderatePHAL
many terminal boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36169 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
many terminal boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36216 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus moderate/strongPHAL
terminal boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36217 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
terminal boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36245 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36246 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36290 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36291 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTif

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36134 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36135 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36158 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36159 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTtr

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36136 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division transverse nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36137 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division transverse nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to AHA

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36140 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic area light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36141 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36160 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36161 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LHA

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36144 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area light/moderatePHAL
a few boutons of passage, major MFB pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36145 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
a few boutons of passage, major MFB pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36162 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area light/moderatePHAL
fp and a few bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36163 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
fp and a few bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36194 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36195 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36218 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
along the ventral pathway, fibers display boutons, but along the MFB, only fp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36219 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
along the ventral pathway, fibers display boutons, but along the MFB, only fp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36225 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36226 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36259 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
mfb pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36292 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area moderatePHAL
many bp or tp in region lateral to the fx
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36293 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
many bp or tp in region lateral to the fx
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36316 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area strongPHAL
perifornical region
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36317 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
perifornical region
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36336 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36337 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36354 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36355 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36374 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area moderatePHAL
mfb pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36375 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
mfb pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36404 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
mfb pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36405 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
mfb pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36420 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36421 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36435 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
mfb
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHap

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36146 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36147 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36170 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36171 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36210 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36211 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHpv

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36148 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36149 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36212 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36213 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36237 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36238 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36280 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36281 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36308 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36309 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHam

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36150 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, anterior magnocellular part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36151 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, anterior magnocellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SCH

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36152 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuprachiasmatic nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36153 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuprachiasmatic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36190 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuprachiasmatic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36191 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuprachiasmatic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SFO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36156 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubfornical organ light/moderatePHAL
fibers with few branches, but many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36157 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubfornical organ fibers of passagePHAL
fibers with few branches, but many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36184 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubfornical organ moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36185 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubfornical organ fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RCH

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36166 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrochiasmatic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36167 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrochiasmatic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36188 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrochiasmatic area light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36189 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrochiasmatic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36223 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrochiasmatic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36224 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrochiasmatic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVT

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36172 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36173 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36198 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36199 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36253 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus lightPHAL
fibers of passage, dorsal periventricular pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36254 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
fibers of passage, dorsal periventricular pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36262 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36263 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36298 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36299 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36326 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36327 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36350 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36351 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36368 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36369 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36382 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus strongPHAL
controlateral also 3
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36383 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
controlateral also 3
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36400 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus strongPHAL
bilateral
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36401 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
bilateral
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36414 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36415 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PT

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36174 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParataenial nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36175 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParataenial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36200 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParataenial nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36201 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParataenial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36264 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParataenial nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36265 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParataenial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to REa

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36176 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division anterior part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36177 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division anterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to CEAm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36178 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part moderatePHAL
branches and terminals
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36179 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
branches and terminals
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36204 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36205 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36231 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36232 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36268 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36269 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36302 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36303 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36328 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36329 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to CEAc

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36180 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36181 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36206 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36207 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36229 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36230 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36270 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36271 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36300 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36301 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala capsular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to AAA

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36182 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior amygdaloid area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36183 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior amygdaloid area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36208 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior amygdaloid area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36209 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior amygdaloid area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to AHNc

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36186 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic central part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36187 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic central part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36220 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic central part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36221 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic central part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36255 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic central part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36256 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic central part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SBPV

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36192 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubparaventricular zone very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36193 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubparaventricular zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36233 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubparaventricular zone very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36234 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubparaventricular zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36278 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubparaventricular zone very lightPHAL
many fibers in SBPV, in parallel with the boundary of the PVH, and displaying numerous fibers
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36279 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubparaventricular zone fibers of passagePHAL
many fibers in SBPV, in parallel with the boundary of the PVH, and displaying numerous fibers
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RERm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36196 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division median part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36197 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division median part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36251 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division median part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36252 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division median part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVa

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36214 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36215 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36247 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36248 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to AHNa

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36222 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnterior hypothalamic nucleus anterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHmpd

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36235 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, medial parvicellular part, dorsal zone lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36236 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, medial parvicellular part, dorsal zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36282 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, medial parvicellular part, dorsal zone light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36283 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, medial parvicellular part, dorsal zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36310 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, medial parvicellular part, dorsal zone moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36311 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, medial parvicellular part, dorsal zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHdp

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36239 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, dorsal parvicellular part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36240 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, dorsal parvicellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36284 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, dorsal parvicellular part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36285 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, dorsal parvicellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHpml

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36241 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part, lateral zone lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36242 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part, lateral zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36288 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part, lateral zone moderatePHAL
more terminals in really caudal region of pml (AVP)
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36289 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part, lateral zone fibers of passagePHAL
more terminals in really caudal region of pml (AVP)
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHpmm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36243 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part, medial zone moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36244 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part, medial zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RERl

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36249 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division lateral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36250 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36260 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division lateral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36261 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to TU

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36257 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus very lightPHAL
ventral propriohypothalamic pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36258 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
ventral propriohypothalamic pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36294 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36295 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36322 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36323 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36344 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36345 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36356 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36357 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberal nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BMAa

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36272 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBasomedial nucleus of the amygdala anterior part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36273 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBasomedial nucleus of the amygdala anterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to ARH

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36274 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusArcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36275 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusArcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36304 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusArcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36305 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusArcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36330 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusArcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36331 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusArcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVI

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36276 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediate periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36277 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediate periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36306 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediate periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36307 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediate periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36332 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediate periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36333 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediate periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHmpv

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36286 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, medial parvicellular part, ventral zone strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36287 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, medial parvicellular part, ventral zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RECp

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36296 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division posterior part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36297 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division posterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36346 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division posterior part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36347 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division posterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36366 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division posterior part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36367 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division posterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHlp

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36312 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, lateral parvicellular part very strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36313 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, lateral parvicellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVHf

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36314 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, forniceal part strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36315 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, forniceal part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to DMHa

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36318 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36319 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36340 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36341 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36358 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36359 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to ZI

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36320 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusZona incerta very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36321 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusZona incerta fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36447 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusZona incerta fibers of passagePHAL
mfb pathway
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RECm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36324 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division median part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36325 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division median part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to VMHvl

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36334 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventrolateral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36335 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventrolateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36352 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventrolateral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36353 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventrolateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PH

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36338 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus moderatePHAL
many tb
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36339 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
many tb
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36364 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36365 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36376 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus strongPHAL
fibers display many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36377 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
fibers display many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36392 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36393 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36408 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36409 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36422 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36423 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36438 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to DMHp

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36342 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus posterior part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36343 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus posterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36362 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus posterior part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36363 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus posterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to MDm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36348 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus medial part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36349 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36398 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus medial part light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36399 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to DMHv

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36360 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventral part strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36361 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36372 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventral part light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36373 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BLAp

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36370 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBasolateral nucleus of the amygdala posterior part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36371 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBasolateral nucleus of the amygdala posterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to CM

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36378 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36379 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36394 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36395 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36410 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36411 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to IMD

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36380 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36381 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36396 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36397 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36412 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36413 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusIntermediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LH

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36384 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral habenula lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36385 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral habenula fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36402 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral habenula lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36403 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral habenula fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36416 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral habenula very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36417 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral habenula fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PVp

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36386 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36387 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPosterior periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PMv

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36388 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentral premammillary nucleus very lightPHAL
terminal is really in Te according to new atlas
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36389 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentral premammillary nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
terminal is really in Te according to new atlas
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PMd

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36390 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsal premammillary nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36391 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsal premammillary nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to TMv

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36406 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberomammillary nucleus ventral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36407 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberomammillary nucleus ventral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36432 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusTuberomammillary nucleus ventral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PF

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36418 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParafascicular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36419 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParafascicular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PAGrm

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36424 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray rostromedial division moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36425 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray rostromedial division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36441 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray rostromedial division lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36442 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray rostromedial division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PAGm

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36426 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36427 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36443 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36444 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36448 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division light/moderatePHAL
bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36449 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division fibers of passagePHAL
bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36463 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36464 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36481 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36482 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36493 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division strongPHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36494 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division fibers of passagePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36508 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36509 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray medial division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PRC

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36428 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPrecommissural nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36429 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPrecommissural nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SUMl

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36430 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupramammillary nucleus lateral part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36431 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupramammillary nucleus lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SUMm

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36433 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupramammillary nucleus medial part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36434 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupramammillary nucleus medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36436 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupramammillary nucleus medial part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36437 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSupramammillary nucleus medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to COM

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36439 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCommissural nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36440 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCommissural nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36450 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCommissural nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36451 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCommissural nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to VTA

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36445 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentral tegmental area light/moderatePHAL
boutons of passage
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36446 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentral tegmental area fibers of passagePHAL
boutons of passage
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36458 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentral tegmental area moderatePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36459 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusVentral tegmental area fibers of passagePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PAGvl

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36452 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36453 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36465 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36466 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36479 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division strongPHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36480 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division fibers of passagePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36495 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division very strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36496 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36510 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division very strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36511 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SCdg

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36454 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuperior colliculus intermediate deep gray layer very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36455 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuperior colliculus intermediate deep gray layer fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36501 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuperior colliculus intermediate deep gray layer lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36502 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuperior colliculus intermediate deep gray layer fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to MRN

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36456 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMesencephalic reticular nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36457 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMesencephalic reticular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36469 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMesencephalic reticular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36470 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMesencephalic reticular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36504 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMesencephalic reticular nucleus moderatePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36505 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMesencephalic reticular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
many boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to IF

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36460 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusInterfascicular nucleus raphe very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36461 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusInterfascicular nucleus raphe fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SNc

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36462 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia nigra compact part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PAGd

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36467 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36468 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36483 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36484 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36512 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36513 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RR

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36471 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrorubral area moderate/strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36472 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrorubral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36489 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrorubral area moderatePHAL
less terminal field, many bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36490 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRetrorubral area fibers of passagePHAL
less terminal field, many bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to SNr

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36473 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia nigra reticular part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36474 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSubstantia nigra reticular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to CLI

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36475 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral linear nucleus raphe lightPHAL
bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36476 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral linear nucleus raphe fibers of passagePHAL
bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36487 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral linear nucleus raphe lightPHAL
bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36488 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral linear nucleus raphe fibers of passagePHAL
bp
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to EW

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36477 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusEdinger-Westphal nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36478 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusEdinger-Westphal nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to DR

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36485 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsal nucleus raphe very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36486 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsal nucleus raphe fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36497 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsal nucleus raphe lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36498 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsal nucleus raphe fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36514 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsal nucleus raphe light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36515 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusDorsal nucleus raphe fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to CSm

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36491 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuperior central nucleus raphe medial part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36492 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuperior central nucleus raphe medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LDT

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36499 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLaterodorsal tegmental nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36500 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLaterodorsal tegmental nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to CSl

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36503 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuperior central nucleus raphe lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36522 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusSuperior central nucleus raphe lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PPN

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36506 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPedunculopontine nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36507 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPedunculopontine nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36518 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPedunculopontine nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36519 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPedunculopontine nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PBlc

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36516 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division central lateral part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36517 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division central lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36525 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division central lateral part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36526 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division central lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36539 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division central lateral part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36540 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division central lateral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PRNr

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36520 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine reticular nucleus rostral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36521 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine reticular nucleus rostral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36529 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine reticular nucleus rostral part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36530 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine reticular nucleus rostral part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PCG

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36523 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine central gray strongPHAL
dense terminals in a restrict region of PCG
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36524 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine central gray fibers of passagePHAL
dense terminals in a restrict region of PCG
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36537 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine central gray moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36538 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine central gray fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PBmm

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36527 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParabrachial nucleus medial division medial medial part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36528 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusParabrachial nucleus medial division medial medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to B

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36531 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBarrington nucleus very strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36532 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBarrington nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PRNc

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36533 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine reticular nucleus caudal part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36534 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine reticular nucleus caudal part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36543 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine reticular nucleus caudal part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36544 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPontine reticular nucleus caudal part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RM

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36535 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus raphe magnus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36536 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus raphe magnus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LC

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36541 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLocus coeruleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36542 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLocus coeruleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RPA

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36545 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus raphe pallidus light/moderatePHAL
boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36546 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus raphe pallidus fibers of passagePHAL
boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RO

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36547 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus raphe obscurus light/moderatePHAL
ring-like terminals
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36548 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus raphe obscurus fibers of passagePHAL
ring-like terminals
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to GRN

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36549 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusGigantocellular reticular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36550 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusGigantocellular reticular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: In three experiments (BST111, 167, and 171) the PHAL injection site is centered in the BSTmg. Figures 1 and 2 show that these small injection sites are restricted almost entirely to the nucleus, as judged by the distribution of PHAL-labeled neuronal somata. However, partly because of the BSTmg’s tiny volume and irregular shape and partly because dendrites of neurons in adjacent regions may spread into the BSTmg and incorporate the tracer, all three injection sites labeled a few neurons in adjacent regions, particularly the BSTv, BSTdm, and BST anteromedial area—although no labeled neurons were found in the medially adjacent medial preoptic area. The projections labeled in experiment BST167 are illustrated in detail because its injection site is the largest of the three, and because its overall projection pattern is indistinguishable from the other two.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PL

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37937 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPrelimbic area not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LSr.vl.d.l

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37689 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part ventrolateral zone dorsal region lateral domain not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to OT3

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37674 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusOlfactory tubercle polymorph layer not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LSr.m.v.r

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37687 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region rostral domain not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LSr.dl.l.d

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37693 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part dorsolateral zone lateral region dorsal domain not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LSr.m.d

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37686 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone dorsal region not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTcc

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38023 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area central core not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LSc.v.m.d

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37681 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus caudal (caudodorsal) part ventral zone medial region dorsal domain not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to LSv

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37695 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusLateral septal nucleus ventral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BSTmg

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37620 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to MEAad

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37634 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusMedial nucleus of the amygdala anterodorsal part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to AMd

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37593 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusAnteromedial nucleus of thalamus dorsal part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to RH

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37608 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusRhomboid nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to CEAl

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37633 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala lateral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BLAa

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37948 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBasolateral nucleus of the amygdala anterior part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to BMAp

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37949 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusBasomedial nucleus of the amygdala posterior part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to NId

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37801 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusNucleus incertus diffuse part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to ACB

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36553 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus accumbens lightPHAL
one distinct terminal in ventromedial region ofACB
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36554 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus accumbens fibers of passagePHAL
one distinct terminal in ventromedial region ofACB
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36555 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus accumbens moderatePHAL
scattered fibers with prominent terminals boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36556 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus accumbens fibers of passagePHAL
scattered fibers with prominent terminals boutons
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36561 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus accumbens moderatePHAL
terminals in ventromedial shell
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36562 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus accumbens fibers of passagePHAL
terminals in ventromedial shell
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36565 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus accumbens strongPHAL
terminals right medial to VL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36566 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus accumbens fibers of passagePHAL
terminals right medial to VL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to LSr

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36563 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36564 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36567 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36568 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to OV

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37165 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusVascular organ of the lamina terminalis not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to LPO

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36639 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral preoptic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36640 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36659 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral preoptic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36660 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36683 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral preoptic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36684 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to SI

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36569 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36570 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36571 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36572 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36589 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36590 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36609 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36610 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36635 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36636 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36665 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36666 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36681 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36682 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36695 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36696 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36712 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36713 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36730 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36731 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36763 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36764 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubstantia innominata fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTad

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36573 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area strongPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36574 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36583 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36584 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36625 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36626 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36645 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36646 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTav

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36575 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36576 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36585 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36586 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36601 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36602 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36627 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36628 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36647 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36648 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36667 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36668 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to MPO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36577 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36578 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36587 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36588 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36607 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36608 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36641 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36642 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36657 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36658 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36677 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36678 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to AVP

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36593 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36594 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36605 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36606 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnteroventral preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to PS

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36611 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParastrial nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36612 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParastrial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36637 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParastrial nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36638 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParastrial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to MEPO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36591 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36592 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36613 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36614 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36643 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36644 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36663 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36664 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36685 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36686 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedian preoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to AVPV

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
37167 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnteroventral periventricular nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to LSr.m.v.c

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36619 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region caudal domain moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36620 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region caudal domain fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36621 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region caudal domain very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36622 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region caudal domain fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTsc

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36629 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis, anterior division, subcommisural zone lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36630 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis, anterior division, subcommisural zone fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTfu

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36599 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division fusiform nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36600 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division fusiform nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36631 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division fusiform nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36632 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division fusiform nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTal

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36603 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36604 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36633 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36634 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36651 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36652 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36673 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36674 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to MPNl

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
37181 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus lateral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to ADP

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
37184 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnterodorsal preoptic nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTdm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36649 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36650 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36671 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36672 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTrh

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36653 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis rhomboid nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36654 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis rhomboid nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36675 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis rhomboid nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36676 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis rhomboid nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTv

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
37156 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to PVpo

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36661 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusPreoptic periventricular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36662 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusPreoptic periventricular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36679 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusPreoptic periventricular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36680 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusPreoptic periventricular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to PD

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
37185 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusPosterodorsal preoptic nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to MPNm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
37182 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus medial part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to MPNc

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
37183 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusMedial preoptic nucleus central part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be non-existent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected.
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: The projections labeled in Experiment BST53 are illustrated in detail because it had the largest injection site virtually limited to the BSTrh (Figs. 1, 2), and because the projection pattern is indistinguishable from that labeled in the other experiments, with a PHAL injection essentially restricted to the BSTrh.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to SO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36687 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSupraoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36688 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36704 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSupraoptic nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36705 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36716 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSupraoptic nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36717 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36744 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSupraoptic nucleus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36745 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSupraoptic nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTif

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36689 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36690 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to BSTtr

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36691 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division transverse nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36692 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division transverse nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to AHA

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36693 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnterior hypothalamic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36694 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnterior hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36708 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnterior hypothalamic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36709 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusAnterior hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to LHA

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36697 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36710 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36711 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36728 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area very lightPHAL
mfb, Collator note: in juxtcapsular part of LHA
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36729 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
mfb, Collator note: in juxtcapsular part of LHA
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36756 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
mfb
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36785 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36814 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36815 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36836 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36837 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36858 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36859 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36882 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36910 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36911 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36925 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36936 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36937 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusLateral hypothalamic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to PVHap

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36698 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36699 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36718 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36719 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to PVHpv

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36700 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36701 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36738 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36739 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36775 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36776 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36806 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36807 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to PVHam

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36702 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, anterior magnocellular part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36703 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, anterior magnocellular part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to SFO

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36706 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubfornical organ very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36707 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusSubfornical organ fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to RCH

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36714 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusRetrochiasmatic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36715 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusRetrochiasmatic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36726 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusRetrochiasmatic area very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36727 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusRetrochiasmatic area fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to PVT

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36720 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36721 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36746 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36747 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36759 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36760 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36790 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36791 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36824 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36825 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36850 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36851 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36872 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36873 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36889 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36890 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36906 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36907 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36921 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36922 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to PT

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36722 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParataenial nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36723 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParataenial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36750 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParataenial nucleus lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36751 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParataenial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36761 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParataenial nucleus very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36762 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusParataenial nucleus fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to REa

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36724 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division anterior part very lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36725 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division anterior part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTv to CEAm

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
36734 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part light/moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36735 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36765 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36766 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36800 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part moderatePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36801 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36830 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part lightPHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
36831 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part fibers of passagePHAL
Dong H. & Swanson L.W., 2005
General description technique/protocol: Because of its tiny volume and irregular shape it is probably not possible to obtain a PHAL injection site confined entirely to the BSTv. Nevertheless, we were fortunate to obtain one experiment (BST91; Figs. 1 and 2) where the very small injection site labeled neurons confined almost entirely to the BSTv, except for a few in the BSTmg.
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