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Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PRC

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39509 Prelimbic areaPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39510 Prelimbic areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ACAd to PRC

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39511 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39512 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PRC

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39513 Infralimbic areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39514 Infralimbic areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to PRC

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39515 Secondary motor areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39516 Secondary motor areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ECT to PRC

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39517 Ectorhinal areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PERI to PRC

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39518 Perirhinal areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
In the isocortex, striking numbers of retrogradely marked cells were found in the prelimbic and anterior cingulate areas in addition to the substantial labeling in the infralimbic, secondary motor, ectorhinal, perirhinal, and ventral orbital areas and in the rostral pole of the claustrum (Fig. 3A-D, J-L). Most of the cortical labeles cells were pyramidal neurons in layer V; however, particularly in the infralimbic, prelimbic, and anterior cingulate areas, conspicuous numbers of marked cells also extended into layer VI (Fig. 3A-D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LSr.vl.d.m to PRC

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39519 Lateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part ventrolateral zone dorsal region medial domainPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
In the lateral septal nucleus, a cluster of intensely marked cells was observed in the rostral part of the nucleus distributed minly through the dorsal region of the ventrolateral zone (LSr.vl.d) and the dorsolateral zone...
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

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

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39520 Lateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part ventrolateral zone dorsal region lateral domainPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
In the lateral septal nucleus, a cluster of intensely marked cells was observed in the rostral part of the nucleus distributed minly through the dorsal region of the ventrolateral zone (LSr.vl.d) and the dorsolateral zone...
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SF to PRC

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39521 Septofimbrial nucleusPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
[...] sparse retrograde labeling was also found in the septofimbrial nucleus (Fig. 3D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTav to PRC

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39522 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral areaPrecommissural nucleus moderate/strongCTB
In the septal region. we have also observed substantial numbers of retrogradely marked neurons in the caudal half of the anteroventral area of the bed nuclei of the stria terminalis (BST) that appeared to be clustered more densely within the boundaries of the magnocellular nucleus (Fig. 3D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTmg to PRC

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39523 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division magnocellular nucleusPrecommissural nucleus moderate/strongCTB
In the septal region. we have also observed substantial numbers of retrogradely marked neurons in the caudal half of the anteroventral area of the bed nuclei of the stria terminalis (BST) that appeared to be clustered more densely within the boundaries of the magnocellular nucleus (Fig. 3D).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTif to PRC

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39524 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleusPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
[...] the rest of the BST presented only a few marked cells.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BSTtr to PRC

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39525 Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division transverse nucleusPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
[...] the rest of the BST presented only a few marked cells.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from CEAm to PRC

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39526 Central nucleus of amygdala medial partPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
Finally, with regard to the amygdala, a few faintly labeled cells were observed reliably in the medial part of the central nucleus of the amygdala in addition to occasional retrograde labeling that was seen in the medial, posterior part of the basolateral and lateral amygdalar nuclei (Fig. 3G-L).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MEApd-c to PRC

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39527 Medial nucleus of the amygdala posterodorsal part,sublayer cPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
Finally, with regard to the amygdala, a few faintly labeled cells were observed reliably in the medial part of the central nucleus of the amygdala in addition to occasional retrograde labeling that was seen in the medial, posterior part of the basolateral and lateral amygdalar nuclei (Fig. 3G-L).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from BLAp to PRC

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39528 Basolateral nucleus of the amygdala posterior partPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
Finally, with regard to the amygdala, a few faintly labeled cells were observed reliably in the medial part of the central nucleus of the amygdala in addition to occasional retrograde labeling that was seen in the medial, posterior part of the basolateral and lateral amygdalar nuclei (Fig. 3G-L).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LA to PRC

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39529 Lateral nucleus of the amygdalaPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
Finally, with regard to the amygdala, a few faintly labeled cells were observed reliably in the medial part of the central nucleus of the amygdala in addition to occasional retrograde labeling that was seen in the medial, posterior part of the basolateral and lateral amygdalar nuclei (Fig. 3G-L).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LH to PRC

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39530 Lateral habenulaPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
...scattered, marked neurons were observed consistently in the lateral habenula and in a poorly characterized area dorsal to the reticular nucleus and medial to the stria terminalis (Fig. 3F-L)
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ZI to PRC

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39531 Zona incertaPrecommissural nucleus very strongCTB
...large nubmers of retrogradely labeled neurons were observed in the rostral pole of the zona incerta. This certainly represents one of the most dense concentrations of retrograde labeling observed in the experiments with CTb deposits in the regions of the PRC (Fig. 3H, I).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39532 Zona incertaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
Proceeding caudally, moderate numbers of marked cells were also noted in a region in the zona incerta that was continuous with substantial retrograde labeling in the medial zone of the ventral geniculate nucleus, where relatively small numbers of marked neurons also appeared to extend into the lateral zone in addition to the intergeniculate leaflet of the lateral geniculate complex (Fig. 3L, M).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LGvm to PRC

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39533 Ventral part of the lateral geniculate complex medial zonePrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
Proceeding caudally, moderate numbers of marked cells were also noted in a region in the zona incerta that was continuous with substantial retrograde labeling in the medial zone of the ventral geniculate nucleus, where relatively small numbers of marked neurons also appeared to extend into the lateral zone in addition to the intergeniculate leaflet of the lateral geniculate complex (Fig. 3L, M).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LGvl to PRC

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39534 Ventral part of the lateral geniculate complex lateral zonePrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
Proceeding caudally, moderate numbers of marked cells were also noted in a region in the zona incerta that was continuous with substantial retrograde labeling in the medial zone of the ventral geniculate nucleus, where relatively small numbers of marked neurons also appeared to extend into the lateral zone in addition to the intergeniculate leaflet of the lateral geniculate complex (Fig. 3L, M).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from IGL to PRC

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39535 Intergeniculate leaflet of the lateral geniculate complexPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
Proceeding caudally, moderate numbers of marked cells were also noted in a region in the zona incerta that was continuous with substantial retrograde labeling in the medial zone of the ventral geniculate nucleus, where relatively small numbers of marked neurons also appeared to extend into the lateral zone in addition to the intergeniculate leaflet of the lateral geniculate complex (Fig. 3L, M).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MPO to PRC

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39536 Medial preoptic areaPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
In the preoptic regions, relatively sparse numbers of marked cells were observed in the median preoptic, anteroventral periventricular, medial preoptic, anterodorsal preoptic, anteroventral preoptic, and parastrial nuclei, as well as in the undifferentiated part of the medial preoptic area. In addition, a very few retrogradely labeled neurons were noted in the lateral preoptic area (Fig. 3C-F).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MPNl to PRC

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39537 Medial preoptic nucleus lateral partPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
In the preoptic regions, relatively sparse numbers of marked cells were observed in the median preoptic, anteroventral periventricular, medial preoptic, anterodorsal preoptic, anteroventral preoptic, and parastrial nuclei, as well as in the undifferentiated part of the medial preoptic area. In addition, a very few retrogradely labeled neurons were noted in the lateral preoptic area (Fig. 3C-F).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MPNm to PRC

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39538 Medial preoptic nucleus medial partPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
In the preoptic regions, relatively sparse numbers of marked cells were observed in the median preoptic, anteroventral periventricular, medial preoptic, anterodorsal preoptic, anteroventral preoptic, and parastrial nuclei, as well as in the undifferentiated part of the medial preoptic area. In addition, a very few retrogradely labeled neurons were noted in the lateral preoptic area (Fig. 3C-F).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from AVPV to PRC

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39539 Anteroventral periventricular nucleusPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
In the preoptic regions, relatively sparse numbers of marked cells were observed in the median preoptic, anteroventral periventricular, medial preoptic, anterodorsal preoptic, anteroventral preoptic, and parastrial nuclei, as well as in the undifferentiated part of the medial preoptic area. In addition, a very few retrogradely labeled neurons were noted in the lateral preoptic area (Fig. 3C-F).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LPO to PRC

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39540 Lateral preoptic areaPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
In the preoptic regions, relatively sparse numbers of marked cells were observed in the median preoptic, anteroventral periventricular, medial preoptic, anterodorsal preoptic, anteroventral preoptic, and parastrial nuclei, as well as in the undifferentiated part of the medial preoptic area. In addition, a very few retrogradely labeled neurons were noted in the lateral preoptic area (Fig. 3C-F).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PS to PRC

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39541 Parastrial nucleusPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
In the preoptic regions, relatively sparse numbers of marked cells were observed in the median preoptic, anteroventral periventricular, medial preoptic, anterodorsal preoptic, anteroventral preoptic, and parastrial nuclei, as well as in the undifferentiated part of the medial preoptic area. In addition, a very few retrogradely labeled neurons were noted in the lateral preoptic area (Fig. 3C-F).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ADP to PRC

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39542 Anterodorsal preoptic nucleusPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
In the preoptic regions, relatively sparse numbers of marked cells were observed in the median preoptic, anteroventral periventricular, medial preoptic, anterodorsal preoptic, anteroventral preoptic, and parastrial nuclei, as well as in the undifferentiated part of the medial preoptic area. In addition, a very few retrogradely labeled neurons were noted in the lateral preoptic area (Fig. 3C-F).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

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39543 Anteroventral preoptic nucleusPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
In the preoptic regions, relatively sparse numbers of marked cells were observed in the median preoptic, anteroventral periventricular, medial preoptic, anterodorsal preoptic, anteroventral preoptic, and parastrial nuclei, as well as in the undifferentiated part of the medial preoptic area. In addition, a very few retrogradely labeled neurons were noted in the lateral preoptic area (Fig. 3C-F).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from AHNa to PRC

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39544 Anterior hypothalamic nucleus anterior partPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
...at the anterior hypothalamic level, the rostral pole of the anterior hypothalamic nucleus presented a dense cluster of retrogradely labeled cells distributed in a region that seems to overlap with a territory known to contain large numbers of neurons expressing enkephalin (Harlan et al., 1987), whereas the caudal two-thirds of the nucleus contained relatively sparse numbers of marked cells (Fig. 3DI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39546 Anterior hypothalamic nucleus anterior partPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
...at the anterior hypothalamic level, the rostral pole of the anterior hypothalamic nucleus presented a dense cluster of retrogradely labeled cells distributed in a region that seems to overlap with a territory known to contain large numbers of neurons expressing enkephalin (Harlan et al., 1987), whereas the caudal two-thirds of the nucleus contained relatively sparse numbers of marked cells (Fig. 3DI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from AHNc to PRC

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39545 Anterior hypothalamic central partPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
...at the anterior hypothalamic level, the rostral pole of the anterior hypothalamic nucleus presented a dense cluster of retrogradely labeled cells distributed in a region that seems to overlap with a territory known to contain large numbers of neurons expressing enkephalin (Harlan et al., 1987), whereas the caudal two-thirds of the nucleus contained relatively sparse numbers of marked cells (Fig. 3DI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39547 Anterior hypothalamic central partPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
...at the anterior hypothalamic level, the rostral pole of the anterior hypothalamic nucleus presented a dense cluster of retrogradely labeled cells distributed in a region that seems to overlap with a territory known to contain large numbers of neurons expressing enkephalin (Harlan et al., 1987), whereas the caudal two-thirds of the nucleus contained relatively sparse numbers of marked cells (Fig. 3DI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from AHNp to PRC

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39548 Anterior hypothalamic posterior partPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
...at the anterior hypothalamic level, the rostral pole of the anterior hypothalamic nucleus presented a dense cluster of retrogradely labeled cells distributed in a region that seems to overlap with a territory known to contain large numbers of neurons expressing enkephalin (Harlan et al., 1987), whereas the caudal two-thirds of the nucleus contained relatively sparse numbers of marked cells (Fig. 3DI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from AHNd to PRC

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39549 Anterior hypothalamic dorsal partPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
...at the anterior hypothalamic level, the rostral pole of the anterior hypothalamic nucleus presented a dense cluster of retrogradely labeled cells distributed in a region that seems to overlap with a territory known to contain large numbers of neurons expressing enkephalin (Harlan et al., 1987), whereas the caudal two-thirds of the nucleus contained relatively sparse numbers of marked cells (Fig. 3DI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LHA to PRC

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39550 Lateral hypothalamic areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
a distinct cluster of labeled neurons was found in the anterior perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area, dorsal to the fornix at midrostrocaudal levels of the paraventricular nucleus (Fig. 3F,G).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39560 Lateral hypothalamic areaPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
unlike the perifornical region, which, as described above, appears to provide substantial inputs to the PRC, the rest of the lateral hypothalamic area presented relatively sparse numbers of retrogradely labeled neurons in our retrograde tract-tracing experiments (Fig. 3EL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VMHa to PRC

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39551 Ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior partPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
At tuberal levels of the hypothalamus, all parts of the ventromedial nucleus contained impressive numbers of marked cells, which appeared to be distributed more densely within its anterior and dorsomedial parts (Fig. 3HK). At these levels, substantial numbers of labeled cells also were found between the ventromedial and dorsomedial nuclei as well as in the perifornical region throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the dorsomedial nucleus, which, in contrast, contained only a few retrogradely labeled neurons (Fig. 3J,K).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VMHdm to PRC

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39552 Ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus dorsomedial partPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
At tuberal levels of the hypothalamus, all parts of the ventromedial nucleus contained impressive numbers of marked cells, which appeared to be distributed more densely within its anterior and dorsomedial parts (Fig. 3HK). At these levels, substantial numbers of labeled cells also were found between the ventromedial and dorsomedial nuclei as well as in the perifornical region throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the dorsomedial nucleus, which, in contrast, contained only a few retrogradely labeled neurons (Fig. 3J,K).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VMHc to PRC

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39553 Ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus central partPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
At tuberal levels of the hypothalamus, all parts of the ventromedial nucleus contained impressive numbers of marked cells, which appeared to be distributed more densely within its anterior and dorsomedial parts (Fig. 3HK). At these levels, substantial numbers of labeled cells also were found between the ventromedial and dorsomedial nuclei as well as in the perifornical region throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the dorsomedial nucleus, which, in contrast, contained only a few retrogradely labeled neurons (Fig. 3J,K).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VMHvl to PRC

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39554 Ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventrolateral partPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
At tuberal levels of the hypothalamus, all parts of the ventromedial nucleus contained impressive numbers of marked cells, which appeared to be distributed more densely within its anterior and dorsomedial parts (Fig. 3HK). At these levels, substantial numbers of labeled cells also were found between the ventromedial and dorsomedial nuclei as well as in the perifornical region throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the dorsomedial nucleus, which, in contrast, contained only a few retrogradely labeled neurons (Fig. 3J,K).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from DMHa to PRC

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39555 Dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior partPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
...substantial numbers of labeled cells also were found between the ventromedial and dorsomedial nuclei as well as in the perifornical region throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the dorsomedial nucleus, which, in contrast, contained only a few retrogradely labeled neurons (Fig. 3J,K).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from DMHp to PRC

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39556 Dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus posterior partPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
...substantial numbers of labeled cells also were found between the ventromedial and dorsomedial nuclei as well as in the perifornical region throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the dorsomedial nucleus, which, in contrast, contained only a few retrogradely labeled neurons (Fig. 3J,K).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from DMHv to PRC

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39557 Dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventral partPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
...substantial numbers of labeled cells also were found between the ventromedial and dorsomedial nuclei as well as in the perifornical region throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the dorsomedial nucleus, which, in contrast, contained only a few retrogradely labeled neurons (Fig. 3J,K).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PMd to PRC

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39558 Dorsal premammillary nucleusPrecommissural nucleus very strongCTB
At mammillary levels, massive numbers of labeled neurons were found within the morphologic borders of the dorsal premammillary nucleus, which appears to represent one of the most robust sources of afferents to the PRC (Fig. 3L). In addition, substantial numbers of retrogradely labeled neurons also were observed throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the posterior hypothalamic nucleus (Fig. 3JM).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PH to PRC

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39559 Posterior hypothalamic nucleusPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
At mammillary levels, massive numbers of labeled neurons were found within the morphologic borders of the dorsal premammillary nucleus, which appears to represent one of the most robust sources of afferents to the PRC (Fig. 3L). In addition, substantial numbers of retrogradely labeled neurons also were observed throughout the entire rostrocaudal extent of the posterior hypothalamic nucleus (Fig. 3JM).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PAGrm to PRC

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39561 Periaqueductal gray rostromedial divisionPrecommissural nucleus lightCTB
Caudal to the diencephalon, substantial retrograde labeling was found in the PAG [...]. Remarkably, in the PAG, we noted that the distribution pattern of retrogradely labeled cells changed along its rostrocaudal axis (Fig. 3NP). Thus, at the level of the nucleus of Darkschewitsch, most of the retrograde labeling was distributed in the dorsomedial PAG (Fig. 3N). Proceeding caudally, at the level of the oculomotor and trochlear nuclei, a distinct cluster of marked neurons was found in the dorsolateral PAG, whereas other parts of the PAG contained relatively sparse numbers of marked neurons (Fig. 3O). In contrast, at caudal levels of the PAG, retrogradely labeled neurons were distributed more evenly throughout the lateral, ventrolateral, dorsomedial, and dorsolateral parts of the PAG (Fig. 3P). Collator note: level 34, Swanson Atlas, 1998.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PAGd to PRC

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39562 Periaqueductal gray dorsal divisionPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
Caudal to the diencephalon, substantial retrograde labeling was found in the PAG [...]. Remarkably, in the PAG, we noted that the distribution pattern of retrogradely labeled cells changed along its rostrocaudal axis (Fig. 3NP). Thus, at the level of the nucleus of Darkschewitsch, most of the retrograde labeling was distributed in the dorsomedial PAG (Fig. 3N). Proceeding caudally, at the level of the oculomotor and trochlear nuclei, a distinct cluster of marked neurons was found in the dorsolateral PAG, whereas other parts of the PAG contained relatively sparse numbers of marked neurons (Fig. 3O). In contrast, at caudal levels of the PAG, retrogradely labeled neurons were distributed more evenly throughout the lateral, ventrolateral, dorsomedial, and dorsolateral parts of the PAG (Fig. 3P). Collator note: level 39, Swanson Atlas, 1998.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
39565 Periaqueductal gray dorsal divisionPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
Caudal to the diencephalon, substantial retrograde labeling was found in the PAG [...]. Remarkably, in the PAG, we noted that the distribution pattern of retrogradely labeled cells changed along its rostrocaudal axis (Fig. 3NP). Thus, at the level of the nucleus of Darkschewitsch, most of the retrograde labeling was distributed in the dorsomedial PAG (Fig. 3N). Proceeding caudally, at the level of the oculomotor and trochlear nuclei, a distinct cluster of marked neurons was found in the dorsolateral PAG, whereas other parts of the PAG contained relatively sparse numbers of marked neurons (Fig. 3O). In contrast, at caudal levels of the PAG, retrogradely labeled neurons were distributed more evenly throughout the lateral, ventrolateral, dorsomedial, and dorsolateral parts of the PAG (Fig. 3P). Collator note: level 43, Swanson Atlas, 1998.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PAGvl to PRC

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39563 Periaqueductal gray ventrolateral divisionPrecommissural nucleus light/moderateCTB
Caudal to the diencephalon, substantial retrograde labeling was found in the PAG [...]. Remarkably, in the PAG, we noted that the distribution pattern of retrogradely labeled cells changed along its rostrocaudal axis (Fig. 3NP). Thus, at the level of the nucleus of Darkschewitsch, most of the retrograde labeling was distributed in the dorsomedial PAG (Fig. 3N). Proceeding caudally, at the level of the oculomotor and trochlear nuclei, a distinct cluster of marked neurons was found in the dorsolateral PAG, whereas other parts of the PAG contained relatively sparse numbers of marked neurons (Fig. 3O). In contrast, at caudal levels of the PAG, retrogradely labeled neurons were distributed more evenly throughout the lateral, ventrolateral, dorsomedial, and dorsolateral parts of the PAG (Fig. 3P). Collator note: level 39, Swanson Atlas, 1998.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PAGdl to PRC

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39564 Periaqueductal gray dorsolateral divisionPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
Caudal to the diencephalon, substantial retrograde labeling was found in the PAG [...]. Remarkably, in the PAG, we noted that the distribution pattern of retrogradely labeled cells changed along its rostrocaudal axis (Fig. 3NP). Thus, at the level of the nucleus of Darkschewitsch, most of the retrograde labeling was distributed in the dorsomedial PAG (Fig. 3N). Proceeding caudally, at the level of the oculomotor and trochlear nuclei, a distinct cluster of marked neurons was found in the dorsolateral PAG, whereas other parts of the PAG contained relatively sparse numbers of marked neurons (Fig. 3O). In contrast, at caudal levels of the PAG, retrogradely labeled neurons were distributed more evenly throughout the lateral, ventrolateral, dorsomedial, and dorsolateral parts of the PAG (Fig. 3P). Collator note: level 43, Swanson Atlas, 1998.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SCig-a to PRC

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39566 Superior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer aPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
Caudal to the diencephalon, substantial retrograde labeling was found in the PAG, the medial region of the intermediate and deep layers of the superior colliculus...
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SCig-b to PRC

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39567 Superior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer bPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
Caudal to the diencephalon, substantial retrograde labeling was found in the PAG, the medial region of the intermediate and deep layers of the superior colliculus...
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SCig-c to PRC

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39568 Superior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer cPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
Caudal to the diencephalon, substantial retrograde labeling was found in the PAG, the medial region of the intermediate and deep layers of the superior colliculus...
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from CUN to PRC

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39569 Cuneiform nucleusPrecommissural nucleus strongCTB
...impressive numbers of labeled cells also were found within the borders of the cuneiform nucleus (Fig. 3P).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LDT to PRC

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39570 Laterodorsal tegmental nucleusPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
...large numbers of retrogradely labeled cells also were observed in the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus (Fig. 3P).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VTA to PRC

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39571 Ventral tegmental areaPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
At midbrain levels, we also observed substantial numbers of retrogradely labeled cells in the rostral ventral tegmental area in addition to a distinct cluster of marked cells in the ventrolateral mesencephalic reticular nucleus (Fig. 3M,N).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MRN to PRC

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39572 Mesencephalic reticular nucleusPrecommissural nucleus moderateCTB
At midbrain levels, we also observed substantial numbers of retrogradely labeled cells in the rostral ventral tegmental area in addition to a distinct cluster of marked cells in the ventrolateral mesencephalic reticular nucleus (Fig. 3M,N).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRNr to PRC

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39573 Pontine reticular nucleus rostral partPrecommissural nucleus very lightCTB
... a few retrograde labeled cells also were found in the rostral pontine reticular nucleus, in the parabrachial nucleus, and in Barringtons nucleus.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from B to PRC

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39574 Barrington nucleusPrecommissural nucleus very lightCTB
... a few retrograde labeled cells also were found in the rostral pontine reticular nucleus, in the parabrachial nucleus, and in Barringtons nucleus.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PRC

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40398 Precommissural nucleusPrecommissural nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: PRC does not project to this region, because all of the atlas levels were inspected and no label was found.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LD

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40076 Precommissural nucleusLateral dorsal nucleus of thalamus moderatePHAL
From the injection site, a group of fibers was observed extending rostrally into the dorsal thalamus and providing moderate inputs to the ipsilateral lateral dorsal nucleus, the lateral part of the mediodorsal nucleus, the interanterodorsal nucleus, and rostral parts of the paraventricular nucleus (Fig. 5EJ). It is important to comment here that the projection to the rostrodorsomedial part of the lateral dorsal nucleus was particularly prominent in the experiments in which the PHA-L deposit labeled larger numbers of cells in the dorsal tip of the intermediate rostrocaudal level of the PRC. Notably, both the contra- and ipsilateral projections to the lateral dorsal nucleus tended to be confined mostly to the rostrodorsomedial part of the nucleus (Fig. 5H,I).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40077 Precommissural nucleusLateral dorsal nucleus of thalamus moderate/strongPHAL
...it was also noted from the injection site that there was a contingent of axons crossing through the posterior comissure to the other side of the brain, ascending through the contralateral dorsal thalamus, and providing a rather massive input to the contralateral lateral dorsal nucleus of the thalamus (Figs. 5HK, 6A). Notably, both the contra- and ipsilateral projections to the lateral dorsal nucleus tended to be confined mostly to the rostrodorsomedial part of the nucleus (Fig. 5H,I).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MDl

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40078 Precommissural nucleusMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus lateral part moderatePHAL
From the injection site, a group of fibers was observed extending rostrally into the dorsal thalamus and providing moderate inputs to the ipsilateral lateral dorsal nucleus, the lateral part of the mediodorsal nucleus, the interanterodorsal nucleus, and rostral parts of the paraventricular nucleus (Fig. 5EJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to IAD

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40079 Precommissural nucleusInteranterodorsal nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
From the injection site, a group of fibers was observed extending rostrally into the dorsal thalamus and providing moderate inputs to the ipsilateral lateral dorsal nucleus, the lateral part of the mediodorsal nucleus, the interanterodorsal nucleus, and rostral parts of the paraventricular nucleus (Fig. 5EJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PVT

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40080 Precommissural nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
From the injection site, a group of fibers was observed extending rostrally into the dorsal thalamus and providing moderate inputs to the ipsilateral lateral dorsal nucleus, the lateral part of the mediodorsal nucleus, the interanterodorsal nucleus, and rostral parts of the paraventricular nucleus (Fig. 5EJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LP

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40082 Precommissural nucleusLateral posterior nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Labeled fibers from the injection site coursing through the dorsal thalamus also appear to provide somewhat sparse inputs to several other regions, including the lateral posterior, parafascicular, central lateral, central medial, intermediodorsal, and interanteromedial nuclei (Fig. 5GJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40085 Precommissural nucleusLateral posterior nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Labeled fibers from the injection site coursing through the dorsal thalamus also appear to provide somewhat sparse inputs to several other regions, including the lateral posterior, parafascicular, central lateral, central medial, intermediodorsal, and interanteromedial nuclei (Fig. 5GJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PF

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40083 Precommissural nucleusParafascicular nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Labeled fibers from the injection site coursing through the dorsal thalamus also appear to provide somewhat sparse inputs to several other regions, including the lateral posterior, parafascicular, central lateral, central medial, intermediodorsal, and interanteromedial nuclei (Fig. 5GJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to CL

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40084 Precommissural nucleusCentral lateral nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Labeled fibers from the injection site coursing through the dorsal thalamus also appear to provide somewhat sparse inputs to several other regions, including the lateral posterior, parafascicular, central lateral, central medial, intermediodorsal, and interanteromedial nuclei (Fig. 5GJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to CM

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40086 Precommissural nucleusCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Labeled fibers from the injection site coursing through the dorsal thalamus also appear to provide somewhat sparse inputs to several other regions, including the lateral posterior, parafascicular, central lateral, central medial, intermediodorsal, and interanteromedial nuclei (Fig. 5GJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to IMD

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40087 Precommissural nucleusIntermediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Labeled fibers from the injection site coursing through the dorsal thalamus also appear to provide somewhat sparse inputs to several other regions, including the lateral posterior, parafascicular, central lateral, central medial, intermediodorsal, and interanteromedial nuclei (Fig. 5GJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to IAM

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40088 Precommissural nucleusInteranteromedial nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Labeled fibers from the injection site coursing through the dorsal thalamus also appear to provide somewhat sparse inputs to several other regions, including the lateral posterior, parafascicular, central lateral, central medial, intermediodorsal, and interanteromedial nuclei (Fig. 5GJ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RERl

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40089 Precommissural nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division lateral part moderatePHAL
...some fibers coursing through the ventral thalamic and hypothalamic paths may extend dorsally into the dorsal thalamus, providing a substantial input to the nucleus reuniens, particularly to its rostral parts, as well as sparse inputs to the rhomboid nucleus and ventral part of the anteromedial nucleus (Figs. 5EI, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RERd

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40090 Precommissural nucleusNucleus reuniens rostral division dorsal part moderatePHAL
...some fibers coursing through the ventral thalamic and hypothalamic paths may extend dorsally into the dorsal thalamus, providing a substantial input to the nucleus reuniens, particularly to its rostral parts, as well as sparse inputs to the rhomboid nucleus and ventral part of the anteromedial nucleus (Figs. 5EI, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RECm

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40091 Precommissural nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division median part moderatePHAL
...some fibers coursing through the ventral thalamic and hypothalamic paths may extend dorsally into the dorsal thalamus, providing a substantial input to the nucleus reuniens, particularly to its rostral parts, as well as sparse inputs to the rhomboid nucleus and ventral part of the anteromedial nucleus (Figs. 5EI, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RECd

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40092 Precommissural nucleusNucleus reuniens caudal division dorsal part moderatePHAL
...some fibers coursing through the ventral thalamic and hypothalamic paths may extend dorsally into the dorsal thalamus, providing a substantial input to the nucleus reuniens, particularly to its rostral parts, as well as sparse inputs to the rhomboid nucleus and ventral part of the anteromedial nucleus (Figs. 5EI, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MEA

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40093 Precommissural nucleusMedial nucleus of the amygdala moderatePHAL
...some fibers coursing through the ventral thalamic and hypothalamic paths may extend dorsally into the dorsal thalamus, providing a substantial input to the nucleus reuniens, particularly to its rostral parts, as well as sparse inputs to the rhomboid nucleus and ventral part of the anteromedial nucleus (Figs. 5EI, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MDc

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40094 Precommissural nucleusMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus central part moderatePHAL
...some fibers coursing through the ventral thalamic and hypothalamic paths may extend dorsally into the dorsal thalamus, providing a substantial input to the nucleus reuniens, particularly to its rostral parts, as well as sparse inputs to the rhomboid nucleus and ventral part of the anteromedial nucleus (Figs. 5EI, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to AMv

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40095 Precommissural nucleusAnteromedial nucleus of thalamus ventral part moderatePHAL
...some fibers coursing through the ventral thalamic and hypothalamic paths may extend dorsally into the dorsal thalamus, providing a substantial input to the nucleus reuniens, particularly to its rostral parts, as well as sparse inputs to the rhomboid nucleus and ventral part of the anteromedial nucleus (Figs. 5EI, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LGvm

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40096 Precommissural nucleusVentral part of the lateral geniculate complex medial zone strongPHAL
From the injection site, groups of anterogradely labeled fibers also take either a dorsolateral or a ventrolateral course and continue through the ventral thalamus, providing a substantial input to the medial zone of the ventral lateral geniculate nucleus and caudal regions of the zona incerta (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to ZI

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40097 Precommissural nucleusZona incerta strongPHAL
From the injection site, groups of anterogradely labeled fibers also take either a dorsolateral or a ventrolateral course and continue through the ventral thalamus, providing a substantial input to the medial zone of the ventral lateral geniculate nucleus and caudal regions of the zona incerta (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40101 Precommissural nucleusZona incerta very strongPHAL
Some of [..] fibers continue to the rostral pole of the zona incerta, where they merge with a group of labeled axons ascending through the hypothalamic path and form a strikingly dense terminal field in the rostral pole of the zona incerta that certainly represents one of the main targets of the PRC (Fig. 5G,H). Remarkably, the region that seems to correspond to the A13 dopaminergic cell group, embedded within the rostral zona incerta, tends to be avoided by this dense plexus of fibers (Fig. 5H).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SPFp

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40098 Precommissural nucleusSubparafascicular nucleus parvicellular part lightPHAL
...sparse inputs to lateral zone of the ventral lateral geniculate nucleus, the intergeniculate leaflet, and the parvicellular part of the subparafascicular nucleus (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to IGL

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40099 Precommissural nucleusIntergeniculate leaflet of the lateral geniculate complex lightPHAL
...sparse inputs to lateral zone of the ventral lateral geniculate nucleus, the intergeniculate leaflet, and the parvicellular part of the subparafascicular nucleus (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LGvl

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40100 Precommissural nucleusVentral part of the lateral geniculate complex lateral zone lightPHAL
...sparse inputs to lateral zone of the ventral lateral geniculate nucleus, the intergeniculate leaflet, and the parvicellular part of the subparafascicular nucleus (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to VTA

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40102 Precommissural nucleusVentral tegmental area moderatePHAL
...large numbers of anterogradely labeled axons arising from the PRC take a ventral course through the periventricular gray, and, although the vast majority of these fibers continue rostrally through the posterior hypothalamic nucleus (Fig. 5J,K), a smaller group of axons enters the ventral tegmental area, which seems to receive a moderate innervation, and then appears to continue rostrally through the medial forebrain bundle (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SPFm

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40103 Precommissural nucleusSubparafascicular nucleus magnocellular part strongPHAL
At the mammillary level, most of the fibers coursing through the posterior hypothalamic nucleus are poorly branched and have the appearance of fibers-of-passage. However, substantial numbers of anterogradely labeled varicosities and boutons-of-passage are observed in the nucleus as well as in the adjacent magnocellular part of the subparafascicular nucleus (Fig. 5J,K).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SUMl

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40104 Precommissural nucleusSupramammillary nucleus lateral part lightPHAL
...we also note that a few labeled axons appear to innervate the supramammillary and dorsal premammillary nuclei (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SUMm

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40105 Precommissural nucleusSupramammillary nucleus medial part lightPHAL
...we also note that a few labeled axons appear to innervate the supramammillary and dorsal premammillary nuclei (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PMd

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40106 Precommissural nucleusDorsal premammillary nucleus lightPHAL
...we also note that a few labeled axons appear to innervate the supramammillary and dorsal premammillary nuclei (Fig. 5JL).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PH

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40107 Precommissural nucleusPosterior hypothalamic nucleus strongPHAL
At the tuberal level, ascending fibers from the PRC provide a rather dense input to the rostral pole of the posterior hypothalamic nucleus (Fig. 5I).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to DMHa

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40108 Precommissural nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part lightPHAL
...the dorsomedial nucleus contains relatively sparse numbers of labeled fibers, and the ventromedial nucleus is virtually devoid of anterograde labeling (Fig. 5GI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to DMHp

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40109 Precommissural nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus posterior part lightPHAL
...the dorsomedial nucleus contains relatively sparse numbers of labeled fibers, and the ventromedial nucleus is virtually devoid of anterograde labeling (Fig. 5GI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to DMHv

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40110 Precommissural nucleusDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventral part lightPHAL
...the dorsomedial nucleus contains relatively sparse numbers of labeled fibers, and the ventromedial nucleus is virtually devoid of anterograde labeling (Fig. 5GI).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SBPV

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40111 Precommissural nucleusSubparaventricular zone strongPHAL
At the anterior hypothalamic level, ascending fibers coursing through the hypothalamus supply dense inputs to the anterior hypothalamic nucleus, subparaventricular zone, rostral retrochiasmatic area, and perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area in addition to a relatively sparse input to the other regions of the lateral hypothalamic area (Figs. 5DG, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to AHNa

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40112 Precommissural nucleusAnterior hypothalamic nucleus anterior part strongPHAL
At the anterior hypothalamic level, ascending fibers coursing through the hypothalamus supply dense inputs to the anterior hypothalamic nucleus, subparaventricular zone, rostral retrochiasmatic area, and perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area in addition to a relatively sparse input to the other regions of the lateral hypothalamic area (Figs. 5DG, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to AHNc

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40113 Precommissural nucleusAnterior hypothalamic central part strongPHAL
At the anterior hypothalamic level, ascending fibers coursing through the hypothalamus supply dense inputs to the anterior hypothalamic nucleus, subparaventricular zone, rostral retrochiasmatic area, and perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area in addition to a relatively sparse input to the other regions of the lateral hypothalamic area (Figs. 5DG, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to AHNp

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40114 Precommissural nucleusAnterior hypothalamic posterior part strongPHAL
At the anterior hypothalamic level, ascending fibers coursing through the hypothalamus supply dense inputs to the anterior hypothalamic nucleus, subparaventricular zone, rostral retrochiasmatic area, and perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area in addition to a relatively sparse input to the other regions of the lateral hypothalamic area (Figs. 5DG, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RCH

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40115 Precommissural nucleusRetrochiasmatic area strongPHAL
At the anterior hypothalamic level, ascending fibers coursing through the hypothalamus supply dense inputs to the anterior hypothalamic nucleus, subparaventricular zone, rostral retrochiasmatic area, and perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area in addition to a relatively sparse input to the other regions of the lateral hypothalamic area (Figs. 5DG, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LHA

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40116 Precommissural nucleusLateral hypothalamic area strongPHAL
At the anterior hypothalamic level, ascending fibers coursing through the hypothalamus supply dense inputs to the anterior hypothalamic nucleus, subparaventricular zone, rostral retrochiasmatic area, and perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area in addition to a relatively sparse input to the other regions of the lateral hypothalamic area (Figs. 5DG, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40117 Precommissural nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
At the anterior hypothalamic level, ascending fibers coursing through the hypothalamus supply dense inputs to the anterior hypothalamic nucleus, subparaventricular zone, rostral retrochiasmatic area, and perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area in addition to a relatively sparse input to the other regions of the lateral hypothalamic area (Figs. 5DG, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40118 Precommissural nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
At the anterior hypothalamic level, ascending fibers coursing through the hypothalamus supply dense inputs to the anterior hypothalamic nucleus, subparaventricular zone, rostral retrochiasmatic area, and perifornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area in addition to a relatively sparse input to the other regions of the lateral hypothalamic area (Figs. 5DG, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40122 Precommissural nucleusLateral hypothalamic area lightPHAL
Proceeding rostrally, large numbers of fibers from the PRC reach the preoptic region, where they appear to provide a dense input to the lateral preoptic area in addition to a sparse input to the anteroventral preoptic nucleus (Fig. 5B,C).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PVHmpv

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40119 Precommissural nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, medial parvicellular part, ventral zone light/moderatePHAL
..a number of anterogradely labeled fibers were observed, particularly in the ventral zone of the parvicellular part and dorsal parvicellular part of the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus (Figs. 5F,G, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PVHdp

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40120 Precommissural nucleusParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, dorsal parvicellular part light/moderatePHAL
..a number of anterogradely labeled fibers were observed, particularly in the ventral zone of the parvicellular part and dorsal parvicellular part of the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus (Figs. 5F,G, 6B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LPO

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40121 Precommissural nucleusLateral preoptic area strongPHAL
Proceeding rostrally, large numbers of fibers from the PRC reach the preoptic region, where they appear to provide a dense input to the lateral preoptic area in addition to a sparse input to the anteroventral preoptic nucleus (Fig. 5B,C).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SI

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40123 Precommissural nucleusSubstantia innominata light/moderatePHAL
In the substantia innominata, although most of the fibers have the appearance of fibers-of-passage, anterogradely labeled boutons and varicosities were observed reliably.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MS

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40124 Precommissural nucleusMedial septal nucleus moderatePHAL
In the septal region, moderate numbers of anterogradely labeled axons were observed in the nucleus of the diagonal band, medial septal nucleus, and dorsal region of the ventrolateral zone of the rostral part of the lateral septal nucleus (LSr.vl.d; Fig. 5A,B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to NDB

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40125 Precommissural nucleusNucleus of the diagonal band moderatePHAL
In the septal region, moderate numbers of anterogradely labeled axons were observed in the nucleus of the diagonal band, medial septal nucleus, and dorsal region of the ventrolateral zone of the rostral part of the lateral septal nucleus (LSr.vl.d; Fig. 5A,B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LSr.vl.d.m

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40126 Precommissural nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part ventrolateral zone dorsal region medial domain moderatePHAL
In the septal region, moderate numbers of anterogradely labeled axons were observed in the nucleus of the diagonal band, medial septal nucleus, and dorsal region of the ventrolateral zone of the rostral part of the lateral septal nucleus (LSr.vl.d; Fig. 5A,B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

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

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40127 Precommissural nucleusLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part ventrolateral zone dorsal region lateral domain moderatePHAL
In the septal region, moderate numbers of anterogradely labeled axons were observed in the nucleus of the diagonal band, medial septal nucleus, and dorsal region of the ventrolateral zone of the rostral part of the lateral septal nucleus (LSr.vl.d; Fig. 5A,B).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to BSTif

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40128 Precommissural nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleus lightPHAL
...the BST appear to receive a very sparse input; most of the labeled axons here lie in the transverse and interfascicular nuclei.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to BSTtr

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40129 Precommissural nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division transverse nucleus lightPHAL
...the BST appear to receive a very sparse input; most of the labeled axons here lie in the transverse and interfascicular nuclei.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to BSTv

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40130 Precommissural nucleusBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division ventral nucleus lightPHAL
...the BST appear to receive a very sparse input; most of the labeled axons here lie in the transverse and interfascicular nuclei.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to isl

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40131 Precommissural nucleusIslands of Calleja very lightPHAL
...occasional labeled fibers were observed in the medial, central, basomedial, and cortical nuclei (Fig. 5DG).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to COAa

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40132 Precommissural nucleusCortical nucleus of the amygdala anterior part very lightPHAL
...occasional labeled fibers were observed in the medial, central, basomedial, and cortical nuclei (Fig. 5DG).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SUB

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40133 Precommissural nucleusSubiculum very lightPHAL
...occasional labeled fibers were observed in the medial, central, basomedial, and cortical nuclei (Fig. 5DG).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to CEAm

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40134 Precommissural nucleusCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part very lightPHAL
...occasional labeled fibers were observed in the medial, central, basomedial, and cortical nuclei (Fig. 5DG).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to ILA

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40135 Precommissural nucleusInfralimbic area lightPHAL
..a few labeled axons continue rostrally from the lateral septal nucleus to end in the infralimbic area of the medial prefrontal cortex.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to NPC

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40136 Precommissural nucleusNucleus of the posterior commissure strongPHAL
In the pretectum, the PRC provides a dense input to the nucleus of the posterior commissure and the medial pretectal nucleus, whereas other pretectal nuclei tend to be avoided by anterograde labeling (Fig. 5K,L).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MPT

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40137 Precommissural nucleusMedial pretectal area strongPHAL
In the pretectum, the PRC provides a dense input to the nucleus of the posterior commissure and the medial pretectal nucleus, whereas other pretectal nuclei tend to be avoided by anterograde labeling (Fig. 5K,L).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SCig-a

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40138 Precommissural nucleusSuperior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer a strongPHAL
In the superior colliculus, the PRC provides a dense input to medial regions of the intermediate gray layer and a moderate input to the deep layer (Fig. 5MO).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SCig-b

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40139 Precommissural nucleusSuperior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer b strongPHAL
In the superior colliculus, the PRC provides a dense input to medial regions of the intermediate gray layer and a moderate input to the deep layer (Fig. 5MO).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SCig-c

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40140 Precommissural nucleusSuperior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer c moderatePHAL
In the superior colliculus, the PRC provides a dense input to medial regions of the intermediate gray layer and a moderate input to the deep layer (Fig. 5MO).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to ICe

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40141 Precommissural nucleusInferior colliculus external nucleus lightPHAL
a few fibers also may extend from the superior colliculus into the inferior colliculus (Fig. 5O).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PAGd

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40142 Precommissural nucleusPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division strongPHAL
More caudally, at the level of the nucleus of Darkschewitsch, the PRC provides a dense terminal field to the dorsomedial region of the PAG in addition to a moderate input to the lateral part (Fig. 5M).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40145 Precommissural nucleusPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division light/moderatePHAL
...more caudally, the anterograde labeling was distributed mostly to the lateral and ventrolateral parts of the PAG (Fig. 5O).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PAGvl

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40143 Precommissural nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division moderatePHAL
More caudally, at the level of the nucleus of Darkschewitsch, the PRC provides a dense terminal field to the dorsomedial region of the PAG in addition to a moderate input to the lateral part (Fig. 5M).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40144 Precommissural nucleusPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division strongPHAL
...more caudally, the anterograde labeling was distributed mostly to the lateral and ventrolateral parts of the PAG (Fig. 5O).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to CUN

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40146 Precommissural nucleusCuneiform nucleus moderatePHAL
At the caudal pole of the PAG, a small group of labeled fibers leaves the ventrolateral region and projects to the cuneiform nucleus and, to a lesser extent, to the parabrachial nucleus (Fig. 5O,P).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PBlc

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40147 Precommissural nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division central lateral part light/moderatePHAL
At the caudal pole of the PAG, a small group of labeled fibers leaves the ventrolateral region and projects to the cuneiform nucleus and, to a lesser extent, to the parabrachial nucleus (Fig. 5O,P).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PBld

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40148 Precommissural nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division dorsal lateral part light/moderatePHAL
At the caudal pole of the PAG, a small group of labeled fibers leaves the ventrolateral region and projects to the cuneiform nucleus and, to a lesser extent, to the parabrachial nucleus (Fig. 5O,P).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PBle

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40149 Precommissural nucleusParabrachial nucleus lateral division external lateral part light/moderatePHAL
At the caudal pole of the PAG, a small group of labeled fibers leaves the ventrolateral region and projects to the cuneiform nucleus and, to a lesser extent, to the parabrachial nucleus (Fig. 5O,P).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LDT

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40150 Precommissural nucleusLaterodorsal tegmental nucleus moderatePHAL
...a group of labeled axons descending through the midbrain periventricular system also extends caudally into the pontine central gray, where it provides a moderate input to the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus and a sparse input to Barringtons nucleus and the locus coeruleus (Fig. 5P,Q).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to B

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40151 Precommissural nucleusBarrington nucleus moderatePHAL
...a group of labeled axons descending through the midbrain periventricular system also extends caudally into the pontine central gray, where it provides a moderate input to the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus and a sparse input to Barringtons nucleus and the locus coeruleus (Fig. 5P,Q).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to LC

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40152 Precommissural nucleusLocus coeruleus moderatePHAL
...a group of labeled axons descending through the midbrain periventricular system also extends caudally into the pontine central gray, where it provides a moderate input to the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus and a sparse input to Barringtons nucleus and the locus coeruleus (Fig. 5P,Q).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to SLD

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40153 Precommissural nucleusSublaterodorsal nucleus lightPHAL
In addition, some of these fibers leave the pontine central gray to innervate the sublaterodorsal nucleus or arch laterally to end in the parabrachial nucleus (Fig. 5P,Q).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MRN

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40154 Precommissural nucleusMesencephalic reticular nucleus strongPHAL
In the midbrain, a strikingly dense terminal field was observed adjacent to the red nucleus in a region that corresponds to the ventrolateral part of the subcuneiform reticular nucleus as delineated by Newman (1985; Fig. 5M).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RR

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40155 Precommissural nucleusRetrorubral area lightPHAL
...small numbers of fibers in the mesencephalic reticular core also appear to innervate the retrorubral area and pedunculopontine nucleus (Fig. 5N,O).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PPN

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40156 Precommissural nucleusPedunculopontine nucleus lightPHAL
...small numbers of fibers in the mesencephalic reticular core also appear to innervate the retrorubral area and pedunculopontine nucleus (Fig. 5N,O).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PRNc

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40157 Precommissural nucleusPontine reticular nucleus caudal part moderatePHAL
...labeled fibers course preferentially through ventrolateral regions of the pontine reticular nucleus, where they generate substantial numbers of varicosities and boutons (Fig. 5OQ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PRNr

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40158 Precommissural nucleusPontine reticular nucleus rostral part moderatePHAL
...labeled fibers course preferentially through ventrolateral regions of the pontine reticular nucleus, where they generate substantial numbers of varicosities and boutons (Fig. 5OQ).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MARN

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40159 Precommissural nucleusMagnocellular reticular nucleus moderatePHAL
In the rostral medulla, moderate numbers of labeled fibers were seen overlying the medial lemniscus, within the borders of the magnocellular reticular nucleus, which at this level, according to Jones (1995), corresponds to the gigantocellular reticular nucleus pars alfa (Fig. 5R).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to GRN

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40160 Precommissural nucleusGigantocellular reticular nucleus very lightPHAL
...a few labeled axons could also be traced to the gigantocellular and lateral paragigantocellular nuclei (Fig. 5R).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PGRNl

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40161 Precommissural nucleusParagigantocellular reticular nucleus lateral part very lightPHAL
...a few labeled axons could also be traced to the gigantocellular and lateral paragigantocellular nuclei (Fig. 5R).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to NTSm

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40162 Precommissural nucleusNucleus of the solitary tract medial part very lightPHAL
...occasional anterograde labeling was observed in the medullary and parvicellular reticular nuclei as well as in the nucleus of the solitary tract (Fig. 5T).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MDRNd

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40163 Precommissural nucleusMedullary reticular nucleus dorsal part very lightPHAL
...occasional anterograde labeling was observed in the medullary and parvicellular reticular nuclei as well as in the nucleus of the solitary tract (Fig. 5T).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to MDRNv

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40164 Precommissural nucleusMedullary reticular nucleus ventral part very lightPHAL
...occasional anterograde labeling was observed in the medullary and parvicellular reticular nuclei as well as in the nucleus of the solitary tract (Fig. 5T)
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to PARN

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40165 Precommissural nucleusParvicellular reticular nucleus very lightPHAL
...occasional anterograde labeling was observed in the medullary and parvicellular reticular nuclei as well as in the nucleus of the solitary tract (Fig. 5T)
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RL

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40166 Precommissural nucleusRostral linear nucleus raphe lightPHAL
...labeled fibers from the injection site descending through the periventricular system and/or the reticular core also appear to provide a sparse input to several raphe nuclei, including the rostral linear, central linear, dorsal, and superior central nuclei as well as nuclei raphe pontis, magnus, and pallidus (Fig. 5MS).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to CLI

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40167 Precommissural nucleusCentral linear nucleus raphe lightPHAL
...labeled fibers from the injection site descending through the periventricular system and/or the reticular core also appear to provide a sparse input to several raphe nuclei, including the rostral linear, central linear, dorsal, and superior central nuclei as well as nuclei raphe pontis, magnus, and pallidus (Fig. 5MS).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to DR

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40168 Precommissural nucleusDorsal nucleus raphe lightPHAL
...labeled fibers from the injection site descending through the periventricular system and/or the reticular core also appear to provide a sparse input to several raphe nuclei, including the rostral linear, central linear, dorsal, and superior central nuclei as well as nuclei raphe pontis, magnus, and pallidus (Fig. 5MS).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RO

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40169 Precommissural nucleusNucleus raphe obscurus lightPHAL
...labeled fibers from the injection site descending through the periventricular system and/or the reticular core also appear to provide a sparse input to several raphe nuclei, including the rostral linear, central linear, dorsal, and superior central nuclei as well as nuclei raphe pontis, magnus, and pallidus (Fig. 5MS).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RPO

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40170 Precommissural nucleusNucleus raphe pontis lightPHAL
...labeled fibers from the injection site descending through the periventricular system and/or the reticular core also appear to provide a sparse input to several raphe nuclei, including the rostral linear, central linear, dorsal, and superior central nuclei as well as nuclei raphe pontis, magnus, and pallidus (Fig. 5MS).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RM

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40171 Precommissural nucleusNucleus raphe magnus lightPHAL
...labeled fibers from the injection site descending through the periventricular system and/or the reticular core also appear to provide a sparse input to several raphe nuclei, including the rostral linear, central linear, dorsal, and superior central nuclei as well as nuclei raphe pontis, magnus, and pallidus (Fig. 5MS).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PRC to RPA

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40172 Precommissural nucleusNucleus raphe pallidus lightPHAL
...labeled fibers from the injection site descending through the periventricular system and/or the reticular core also appear to provide a sparse input to several raphe nuclei, including the rostral linear, central linear, dorsal, and superior central nuclei as well as nuclei raphe pontis, magnus, and pallidus (Fig. 5MS).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In five experiments, the PHA-L injection labeled neurons that were confined almost entirely to the PRC. In all of these experiments, a very similar pattern of anterogradely labeled fibers was observed, and of these, we choose experiment PRC11 (Figs. 4, 5) as a prototype to illustrate our results, because the injection in that experiment labeled the most extensive population of cells in the PRC

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from LD to PRC

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39594 Lateral dorsal nucleus of thalamusPrecommissural nucleus not presentCTB
Collator note: PRC does not receive projections from this region, because all of the atlas levels were inspected and no label was found.
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
40081 Lateral dorsal nucleus of thalamusPrecommissural nucleus moderate/strongCTB
after CTb deposits centered in the rostrodorsomedial part of the lateral dorsal nucleus, we observed substantial numbers of retrogradely labeled cells in the rostral two-thirds of the PRC, particularly clustered in the dorsal tip of the intermediate rostrocaudal level of the nucleus (Fig.7).
Canteras N.S & Goto M., 1999
General description technique/protocol: In four experiments, the deposit of the tracer appeared to be fairly confined to the PRC. The appearance of a representative CTb injection site in the PRC is shown in Figure 2....The results of this experiment are described in detail, because the injection site virtually was confined to the PRC and, at the same time, involved most of the nucleus.