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Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PL

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
59028 Infralimbic areaPrelimbic area strongPHAL
PHAL injection in the caudal part of IL, centrally in frontal sections, Swanson Atlas levels 8-9. DP is considered by authors as a different structure, but it is included in Swanson parcellation scheme in ILA.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: See Figure 1 A. PL is labeled intensely. The paper includes only the descending projections.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to TTd

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59030 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta dorsal part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
65160 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta dorsal part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
65161 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta dorsal part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
65162 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta dorsal part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
65163 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta dorsal part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: the fibers originating from the injection site travel along the TTd and leave relatively sparse terminals in all layers of TTd. This evaluation was made on the basis of Fig.1A, page 86.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to TTv

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59031 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta ventral part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
65164 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta ventral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
65165 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta ventral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
65166 Infralimbic areaTaenia tecta ventral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: the fibers originating from the injection site travel along the TTv and leave relatively sparse terminals in all layers of TTd. This evaluation was made on the basis of Fig.1A, page 86. These fibers continue in the lateral olfactory tract.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PIR1

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
59032 Infralimbic areaPiriform area molecular layer lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: the molecular layer may receive a very weak connection from ILA. See Fig 1A. page 86.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to CP

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59033 Infralimbic areaCaudoputamen moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus...[...]. Collator note: see FigA-C. Fib 1B. roughly corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to AONpv

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59034 Infralimbic areaAnterior olfactory nucleus posteroventral part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: the presence of the anterior forceps in Fig 1A. indicates that closest Swanson Atlas Levels are 8-9. AONpv and possible AONm maybe moderately-to-light innervated.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to AONm

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59035 Infralimbic areaAnterior olfactory nucleus medial part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: the presence of the anterior forceps in Fig 1A. indicates that closest Swanson Atlas Levels are 8-9. AONpv and possible AONm maybe moderately-to-light innervated.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to SI

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59036 Infralimbic areaSubstantia innominata moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: the presence of the anterior forceps in Fig 1A. indicates that closest Swanson Atlas Levels are 8-9. The diagonal nucleus of Broca is vaguely defined and Fig. 1B (rooughly corresponds Swanson Atlas Levels 14-15) shows a terminal field that spans from the accumbens ventrally, spanning SI and FS and terminating in the olfactory tubercle.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to FS

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59037 Infralimbic areaFundus of the striatum moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: the presence of the anterior forceps in Fig 1A. indicates that closest Swanson Atlas Levels are 8-9. The diagonal nucleus of Broca is vaguely defined and Fig. 1B (rooughly corresponds Swanson Atlas Levels 14-15) shows a terminal field that spans from the accumbens ventrally, spanning SI and FS and terminating in the olfactory tubercle.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to OT

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59038 Infralimbic areaOlfactory tubercle moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: the presence of the anterior forceps in Fig 1A. indicates that closest Swanson Atlas Levels are 8-9. The diagonal nucleus of Broca is vaguely defined and Fig. 1B (rooughly corresponds Swanson Atlas Levels 14-15) shows a terminal field that spans from the accumbens ventrally, spanning SI and FS and terminating in the olfactory tubercle.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to LSr

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59039 Infralimbic areaLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: the presence of the anterior forceps in Fig 1A. indicates that closest Swanson Atlas Levels are 8-9. The septum is vaguely defined and Fig. 1B (roughly corresponds Swanson Atlas Levels 14-15) shows terminal fields in several subparts of the lateral septum rostral part.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to BSTad

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59040 Infralimbic areaBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: BST nuclei are shown around the Swanson Atlas Levels 18-19 (no internal capsule present). The terminal fields appear to be dense mainly in the portion of BST that is ventral to the anterior commissure.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to BSTav

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59041 Infralimbic areaBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: BST nuclei are shown around the Swanson Atlas Levels 18-19 (no internal capsule present). The terminal fields appear to be dense mainly in the portion of BST that is ventral to the anterior commissure.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to BSTdm

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59042 Infralimbic areaBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: BST nuclei are shown around the Swanson Atlas Levels 18-19 (no internal capsule present). The terminal fields appear to be dense mainly in the portion of BST that is ventral to the anterior commissure.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to BSTsc

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59043 Infralimbic areaBed nuclei of the stria terminalis, anterior division, subcommisural zone moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: BST nuclei are shown around the Swanson Atlas Levels 18-19 (no internal capsule present). The terminal fields appear to be dense mainly in the portion of BST that is ventral to the anterior commissure.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PS

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59044 Infralimbic areaParastrial nucleus moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PHA-L injections in IL labeled terminals in the medial portion of the caudate nucleus (Cn), the nucleus accumbens (nAc), the anterior olfactory nucleus (AOn), the diagonal band of Broca (dBB), the septum (Spt), and the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) (Fig. 1AC). Collator note: BST nuclei are shown around the Swanson Atlas Levels 18-19 (no internal capsule present). The terminal fields appear to be dense mainly in the portion of BST that is ventral to the anterior commissure.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to CEAl

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Report IDSending structure Receiving structureProjection strengthTechniqueGeneral description projectionCollatorAssociated reference
59045 Infralimbic areaCentral nucleus of amygdala lateral part moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: More caudally, labeled terminals were present in the accessory basal nucleus and the basal nucleus of the amygdala (magnocellular portion) Fig. 1F,G. Collator note: Fig 1F roughly represents Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to CEAm

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59046 Infralimbic areaCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: More caudally, labeled terminals were present in the accessory basal nucleus and the basal nucleus of the amygdala (magnocellular portion) Fig. 1F,G. Collator note: Fig 1F roughly represents Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29. Several terminal fields are observed in CEam.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to BLAa

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59047 Infralimbic areaBasolateral nucleus of the amygdala anterior part lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: More caudally, labeled terminals were present in the accessory basal nucleus and the basal nucleus of the amygdala (magnocellular portion) Fig. 1F,G. Collator note: Fig 1F roughly represents Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to EPd

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59049 Infralimbic areaEndopiriform nucleus dorsal part lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: More caudally, labeled terminals were present in the accessory basal nucleus and the basal nucleus of the amygdala (magnocellular portion) Fig. 1F,G. Collator note: Fig 1F roughly represents Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29. EPd is lightly labeled, at best, but it stands out as differential for the injection in the PL.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to BMAp

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59050 Infralimbic areaBasomedial nucleus of the amygdala posterior part lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: A few labeled axons were also present in the lateral nucleus(Fig. 1EG) and the cortical nuclei of the amygdala (i.e., cortical anterior nucleus, periamygdalar cortex; not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to LA

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59051 Infralimbic areaLateral nucleus of the amygdala lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: A few labeled axons were also present in the lateral nucleus(Fig. 1EG) and the cortical nuclei of the amygdala (i.e., cortical anterior nucleus, periamygdalar cortex; not shown). Collator note: rare labeled terminals are found in all three levels that show lateral nucleus of the amygdala.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to COApl

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59052 Infralimbic areaCortical nucleus of the amygdala posterior part lateral zone lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: A few labeled axons were also present in the lateral nucleus(Fig. 1EG) and the cortical nuclei of the amygdala (i.e., cortical anterior nucleus, periamygdalar cortex; not shown). Collator note: Figure 1F (roughly corresponds to Atlas Level 28) shows few fibers in layers 1-3 of COApl, or COAa.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to COAa

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59053 Infralimbic areaCortical nucleus of the amygdala anterior part lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: A few labeled axons were also present in the lateral nucleus(Fig. 1EG) and the cortical nuclei of the amygdala (i.e., cortical anterior nucleus, periamygdalar cortex; not shown). Collator note: Figure 1F (roughly corresponds to Atlas Level 28) shows few fibers in layers 1-3 of COApl, or COAa.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PVT

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59054 Infralimbic areaParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in PVT and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.)

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PT

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59055 Infralimbic areaParataenial nucleus moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in PVT and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.)

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to RERd

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59056 Infralimbic areaNucleus reuniens rostral division dorsal part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in PVT and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.)

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to RERv

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59057 Infralimbic areaNucleus reuniens rostral division ventral part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in PVT and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.)

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to RERm

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59058 Infralimbic areaNucleus reuniens rostral division median part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in PVT and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.)

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to RERl

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59059 Infralimbic areaNucleus reuniens rostral division lateral part lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in PVT and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.). The label in REl is weak at best.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to CM

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59060 Infralimbic areaCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in CM and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.). Label in CM is present only in its rostral part.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to MDm

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59061 Infralimbic areaMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus medial part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in MDm and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.)

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to IAM

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59062 Infralimbic areaInteranteromedial nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in IAM and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to AMv

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59063 Infralimbic areaAnteromedial nucleus of thalamus ventral part lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in AMv and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to SMT

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59065 Infralimbic areaSubmedial nucleus of the thalamus existsPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.). The gelatinosus nucleus appears to be the submedial thalamic nucleus. There is no labeling shown in Figure 1, but the text indicates the presence of terminals from ILA.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to LPO

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59066 Infralimbic areaLateral preoptic area moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29. LPO appears to be moderately labeled in Fig 1C, but it is difficult to evaluate more caudally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to MPO

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59067 Infralimbic areaMedial preoptic area moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29. MPO appears to be moderately labeled in Fig 1C, but it is difficult to evaluate more caudally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to AVP

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59068 Infralimbic areaAnteroventral preoptic nucleus moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29. MPO appears to be moderately labeled in Fig 1C, but it is difficult to evaluate more caudally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to SUMl

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59069 Infralimbic areaSupramammillary nucleus lateral part existsPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
59070 Infralimbic areaSupramammillary nucleus lateral part existsPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
59086 Infralimbic areaSupramammillary nucleus lateral part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29. SUM could not be identified on Fig 1C-F.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to TU

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59071 Infralimbic areaTuberal nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29. Fibers with terminals have been identified on all drawings that included this nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to LHA

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59072 Infralimbic areaLateral hypothalamic area strongPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29. Fibers with terminals have been identified on all drawings that included this nucleus.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PVHap

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59073 Infralimbic areaParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29. From all PVH nuclei, only PVHap was unambiguously identified. It is possible that other PVH nuclei have been also labeled.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to AHNa

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59074 Infralimbic areaAnterior hypothalamic nucleus anterior part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to AHNc

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59075 Infralimbic areaAnterior hypothalamic central part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: IL had dense hypothalamic projections, including the medial preoptic and anterior hypothalamic areas (AHA), LHA (anterior and tuberal parts as defined by Ref. [69]; Fig. 1CF, Fig. 2A), paraventricular, and supramammillary nuclei. Collator note: Fig 1C-F correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 18-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to DMHa

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59077 Infralimbic areaDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Labeled terminals were also present in the dorsomedial hypothalamus, the posterior hypothalamus, and the zona incerta (ZI) (Fig. 1E,F). Collator note: it's unclear whether the terminal fields extend caudally to the DMHp; nevertheless DMHa is consistently labeled over Atlas Levels.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PH

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59078 Infralimbic areaPosterior hypothalamic nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Labeled terminals were also present in the dorsomedial hypothalamus, the posterior hypothalamus, and the zona incerta (ZI) (Fig. 1E,F).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to ZI

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59079 Infralimbic areaZona incerta light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Labeled terminals were also present in the dorsomedial hypothalamus, the posterior hypothalamus, and the zona incerta (ZI) (Fig. 1E,F). Zona incerta appears to be labeled mostly rostrally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PAGvl

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59080 Infralimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
59083 Infralimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Many of these labeled axons [see projections to the hypothalamic nuclei] continued caudally to terminate in the ventral tegmental area(VTA) and the PAG, with most terminations present in the dorsolateral, caudal ventrolateral, and periventricular PAG (Fig. 1HK, Fig. 2C). Collator note: Fig 1. H-K correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 36-44. PAG nuclei are mostly labeled rostrocaudally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PAGm

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59081 Infralimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray medial division moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Many of these labeled axons [see projections to the hypothalamic nuclei] continued caudally to terminate in the ventral tegmental area(VTA) and the PAG, with most terminations present in the dorsolateral, caudal ventrolateral, and periventricular PAG (Fig. 1HK, Fig. 2C). Collator note: Fig 1. H-K correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 36-44. PAG nuclei are mostly labeled rostrocaudally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PAGdl

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59082 Infralimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray dorsolateral division moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Many of these labeled axons [see projections to the hypothalamic nuclei] continued caudally to terminate in the ventral tegmental area(VTA) and the PAG, with most terminations present in the dorsolateral, caudal ventrolateral, and periventricular PAG (Fig. 1HK, Fig. 2C). Collator note: Fig 1. H-K correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 36-44. PAG nuclei are mostly labeled rostrocaudally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to VTA

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59084 Infralimbic areaVentral tegmental area moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Many of these labeled axons [see projections to the hypothalamic nuclei] continued caudally to terminate in the ventral tegmental area(VTA) and the PAG, with most terminations present in the dorsolateral, caudal ventrolateral, and periventricular PAG (Fig. 1HK, Fig. 2C). Collator note: Fig 1. H-K correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 36-44. PAG nuclei are mostly labeled rostrocaudally. PAGd is labeled more caudally; its rostral part is devoid of terminals (Atlas Levels 36-39)

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to SUMm

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59085 Infralimbic areaSupramammillary nucleus medial part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Many of these labeled axons [see projections to the hypothalamic nuclei] continued caudally to terminate in the ventral tegmental area(VTA) and the PAG, with most terminations present in the dorsolateral, caudal ventrolateral, and periventricular PAG (Fig. 1HK, Fig. 2C). Collator note: Fig 1. H-K correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 36-44. SUMm is labeled on its entirety, but mostly rostral.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to COM

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59087 Infralimbic areaCommissural nucleus light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Many of these labeled axons [see projections to the hypothalamic nuclei] continued caudally to terminate in the ventral tegmental area(VTA) and the PAG, with most terminations present in the dorsolateral, caudal ventrolateral, and periventricular PAG (Fig. 1HK, Fig. 2C). Collator note: Fig 1. H-K correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 36-44.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PAGrl

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59088 Infralimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray rostrolateral division moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Many of these labeled axons [see projections to the hypothalamic nuclei] continued caudally to terminate in the ventral tegmental area(VTA) and the PAG, with most terminations present in the dorsolateral, caudal ventrolateral, and periventricular PAG (Fig. 1HK, Fig. 2C). Collator note: Fig 1. H-K correspond to Swanson Atlas Levels 36-44. PAGrl is labeled rostrocaudally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to SNc

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59089 Infralimbic areaSubstantia nigra compact part moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] labeled axons terminated in the substantia nigra (SN, Fig. 1I,J), the raphe nuclei (R), (Fig. 1K), and the parabrachial nucleus (Pb, Fig. 1L). Collator note: the SNc is more consistently labeled than SNr. The pattern is medio-lateral, along Swanson Atlas Levels 35-40.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to SNr

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59090 Infralimbic areaSubstantia nigra reticular part moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] labeled axons terminated in the substantia nigra (SN, Fig. 1I,J), the raphe nuclei (R), (Fig. 1K), and the parabrachial nucleus (Pb, Fig. 1L). Collator note: the SNc is more consistently labeled than SNr. The pattern is medio-lateral, along Swanson Atlas Levels 49-50.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PBmm

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59091 Infralimbic areaParabrachial nucleus medial division medial medial part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] labeled axons terminated in the substantia nigra (SN, Fig. 1I,J), the raphe nuclei (R), (Fig. 1K), and the parabrachial nucleus (Pb, Fig. 1L). Collator note: only PBmm appears to be labeled in Fig 1L, Swanson Atlas Levels 39-40.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to DTN

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59092 Infralimbic areaDorsal tegmental nucleus lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the pons and medulla, labeled terminals were in the ventral pontine nuclei (not shown) and sparsely terminated in the locus coeruleus(Fig. 1L), the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus (LDT,Fig. 1L,M), and the NTS (Fig. 1O).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to LTN

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59093 Infralimbic areaLateral tegmental nucleus lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the pons and medulla, labeled terminals were in the ventral pontine nuclei (not shown) and sparsely terminated in the locus coeruleus(Fig. 1L), the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus (LDT,Fig. 1L,M), and the NTS (Fig. 1O).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to NTSm

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59094 Infralimbic areaNucleus of the solitary tract medial part lightPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the pons and medulla, labeled terminals were in the ventral pontine nuclei (not shown) and sparsely terminated in the locus coeruleus(Fig. 1L), the laterodorsal tegmental nucleus (LDT,Fig. 1L,M), and the NTS (Fig. 1O).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to ACB

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64887 Infralimbic areaNucleus accumbens not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to ILA

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65234 Infralimbic areaInfralimbic area not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to ACAd

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65195 Infralimbic areaAnterior cingulate area dorsal part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to CLA

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65247 Infralimbic areaClaustrum not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to GU

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65149 Infralimbic areaGustatory areas not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

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

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64976 Infralimbic areaLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone dorsal region not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

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

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64977 Infralimbic areaLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region rostral domain not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to AMd

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59064 Infralimbic areaAnteromedial nucleus of thalamus dorsal part not presentPHAL
Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were present in the paraventricular nucleus, the parataenial nucleus, the reuniens nucleus, the medialmost part of the anteromedial nucleus, the medial portion of the mediodorsal nucleus(Fig. 1DF), and the gelatinous nucleus (not shown). Collator note: labeling in AMd and majority of labeled thalamic nuclei is remapped onto Swanson Atlas Levels: 23 (Fig 1D) to 29-30 (Fig 1F.). AMd is completely devoid of terminals

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to VAL

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64868 Infralimbic areaVentral anterior-lateral complex of the thalamus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to RT

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64952 Infralimbic areaReticular nucleus of the thalamus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to ZIda

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64956 Infralimbic areaZona incerta dopaminergic group not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to MDl

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64853 Infralimbic areaMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus lateral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to CL

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64862 Infralimbic areaCentral lateral nucleus of the thalamus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to PAGd

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65083 Infralimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to DR

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65098 Infralimbic areaDorsal nucleus raphe not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to TRN

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65292 Infralimbic areaTegmental reticular nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: PHAL injection in the central part of the PL, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The characteristic shape of the anterior forceps of the claustrum was taken as landmark.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to CP

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59100 Prelimbic areaCaudoputamen moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: continuous field in the caudoputamen (Fig 4B that corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 14-15), dorsomedial and stronger than that given by an injection in PLA.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to SI

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65501 Prelimbic areaSubstantia innominata not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to FS

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65473 Prelimbic areaFundus of the striatum not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to OT

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59102 Prelimbic areaOlfactory tubercle light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] there was some overlap of IL and PL terminal fields in the nucleus accumbens, the olfactory tubercle (OT), and the Spt (Fig. 4A,B). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Plates 9-14,15. Terminals appear to be distributed in all 3 layers of the OT.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to BSTav

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65372 Prelimbic areaBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anteroventral area not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to BSTdm

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65376 Prelimbic areaBed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division dorsomedial nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PS

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65431 Prelimbic areaParastrial nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to CEAl

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59137 Prelimbic areaCentral nucleus of amygdala lateral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PL injections [...] did not label axons in other amygdala nuclei [than LA] (Fig 4E).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to CEAm

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59136 Prelimbic areaCentral nucleus of amygdala medial part not presentPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PL injections [...] did not label axons in other amygdala nuclei [than LA] (Fig 4E).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to BLAa

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59134 Prelimbic areaBasolateral nucleus of the amygdala anterior part not presentPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PL injections [...] did not label axons in other amygdala nuclei [than LA] (Fig 4E).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to EPd

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59101 Prelimbic areaEndopiriform nucleus dorsal part light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] anterograde tracer experiments in PL labeled terminal fields that were more dorsal and medial within the Cn and denser within the endopiriform nucleus(En, Fig. 4A,B). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Plates 9-14,15.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to BMAp

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59135 Prelimbic areaBasomedial nucleus of the amygdala posterior part not presentPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PL injections [...] did not label axons in other amygdala nuclei [than LA] (Fig 4E).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to COApl

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59139 Prelimbic areaCortical nucleus of the amygdala posterior part lateral zone not presentPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PL injections [...] did not label axons in other amygdala nuclei [than LA] (Fig 4E).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to COAa

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59138 Prelimbic areaCortical nucleus of the amygdala anterior part not presentPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: PL injections [...] did not label axons in other amygdala nuclei [than LA] (Fig 4E).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PVT

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59105 Prelimbic areaParaventricular nucleus of the thalamus strongPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsallateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PT

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65357 Prelimbic areaParataenial nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to RERd

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59108 Prelimbic areaNucleus reuniens rostral division dorsal part moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to RERv

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65359 Prelimbic areaNucleus reuniens rostral division ventral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to RERm

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59110 Prelimbic areaNucleus reuniens rostral division median part moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to RERl

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59109 Prelimbic areaNucleus reuniens rostral division lateral part moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to CM

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59107 Prelimbic areaCentral medial nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to MDm

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59117 Prelimbic areaMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus medial part not presentPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: The projections from PL to the mediodorsal nucleus terminated in the lateral portion of the nucleus, unlike projections originating in IL, and PL had projections to the laterodorsal and parataenial nuclei that are not shared with IL (Fig. 4E). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29; only lateral part of the MD is labeled; fibers avoid the medial part. Possible several fibers of passage in the central part of the MD.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to IAM

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59113 Prelimbic areaInteranteromedial nucleus of the thalamus moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to AMv

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65350 Prelimbic areaAnteromedial nucleus of thalamus ventral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to SMT

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59119 Prelimbic areaSubmedial nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: The projections from PL to the mediodorsal nucleus terminated in the lateral portion of the nucleus, unlike projections originating in IL, and PL had projections to the laterodorsal and parataenial nuclei that are not shared with IL (Fig. 4E). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29; SMT is labeled in its ventral part.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to LPO

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65453 Prelimbic areaLateral preoptic area not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to MPO

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59120 Prelimbic areaMedial preoptic area moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: The medial preoptic area (MPO) and the LHA (anterior and tuberal parts) contained terminal labeling following PL injections, similar to IL (Fig. 4CE). Collator note: MPO is labeled only in its ventral part, close to the optic tract.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to AVP

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65429 Prelimbic areaAnteroventral preoptic nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to SUMl

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65447 Prelimbic areaSupramammillary nucleus lateral part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to TU

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59122 Prelimbic areaTuberal nucleus moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: The medial preoptic area (MPO) and the LHA (anterior and tuberal parts) contained terminal labeling following PL injections, similar to IL (Fig. 4CE).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to LHA

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59121 Prelimbic areaLateral hypothalamic area moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: The medial preoptic area (MPO) and the LHA (anterior and tuberal parts) contained terminal labeling following PL injections, similar to IL (Fig. 4CE).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PVHap

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65405 Prelimbic areaParaventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to AHNa

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65432 Prelimbic areaAnterior hypothalamic nucleus anterior part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to AHNc

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65433 Prelimbic areaAnterior hypothalamic central part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to DMHa

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65419 Prelimbic areaDorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PH

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65452 Prelimbic areaPosterior hypothalamic nucleus not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to ZI

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59114 Prelimbic areaZona incerta moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PAGvl

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59128 Prelimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray ventrolateral division moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PAGm

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59126 Prelimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray medial division moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PAGdl

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59129 Prelimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray dorsolateral division moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to SUMm

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65448 Prelimbic areaSupramammillary nucleus medial part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to COM

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59125 Prelimbic areaCommissural nucleus moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to SNc

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59123 Prelimbic areaSubstantia nigra compact part moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to SNr

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59124 Prelimbic areaSubstantia nigra reticular part moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PBmm

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65583 Prelimbic areaParabrachial nucleus medial division medial medial part not presentPHAL
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent, because all of the atlas levels were inspected by authors.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to ACB

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59095 Prelimbic areaNucleus accumbens moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: terminal fields in the entire ACb (Fig 4A-B; Swanson Atlas Levels 9-14), with a relatively higher density caudally.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to ILA

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59096 Prelimbic areaInfralimbic area strongPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: dense terminal fields immediately adjacent to the injection site, in all 6 layers of ILA. Fig 4A roughly corresponds to Atlas Level 9.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to ACAd

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59097 Prelimbic areaAnterior cingulate area dorsal part strongPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: dense terminal fields immediately dorsally adjacent to the injection site, in all 6 layers of ACAd. Fig4A roughly corresponds to Atlas Level 9.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to CLA

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59098 Prelimbic areaClaustrum lightPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: several fibers appear to cross the anterior forceps of the corpus callosum in Fig 4A (Swanson Atlas Level 9) and end in the claustrum.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to GU

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59099 Prelimbic areaGustatory areas lightPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: few terminals in the layer 5 of the gustatory area. Figure 4A corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9.

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

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59103 Prelimbic areaLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone dorsal region lightPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] there was some overlap of IL and PL terminal fields in the nucleus accumbens, the olfactory tubercle (OT), and the Spt (Fig. 4A,B). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Plates 9-14,15. Terminals appear to be distributed in L.Sr.m.d. and in L.Sr.m.v.r. The label is "weak" at best.

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

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59104 Prelimbic areaLateral septal nucleus rostral (rostroventral) part medial zone ventral region rostral domain lightPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] there was some overlap of IL and PL terminal fields in the nucleus accumbens, the olfactory tubercle (OT), and the Spt (Fig. 4A,B). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Plates 9-14,15. Terminals appear to be distributed in L.Sr.m.d. and in L.Sr.m.v.r. The label is "weak" at best.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to AMd

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59106 Prelimbic areaAnteromedial nucleus of thalamus dorsal part moderate/strongPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsallateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to VAL

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59111 Prelimbic areaVentral anterior-lateral complex of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to RT

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59112 Prelimbic areaReticular nucleus of the thalamus light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to ZIda

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59115 Prelimbic areaZona incerta dopaminergic group moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: In the thalamus, labeled terminals were located in the anteromedial, the centrolateral, the centromedial, the gelatinous, the laterodorsal, the mediodorsal-lateral portion., the parataenial, and the reuniens nuclei, and in the ZI (Fig. 4D,E). Collator note: Atlas Levels 26-29. Marked labeling in the dopaminergic group of the ZI.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to MDl

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59116 Prelimbic areaMediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus lateral part moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: The projections from PL to the mediodorsal nucleus terminated in the lateral portion of the nucleus, unlike projections originating in IL, and PL had projections to the laterodorsal and parataenial nuclei that are not shared with IL (Fig. 4E). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29; only lateral part of the MD is labeled; fibers avoid the medial part. Possible several fibers of passage in the central part of the MD.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to CL

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59118 Prelimbic areaCentral lateral nucleus of the thalamus lightPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: The projections from PL to the mediodorsal nucleus terminated in the lateral portion of the nucleus, unlike projections originating in IL, and PL had projections to the laterodorsal and parataenial nuclei that are not shared with IL (Fig. 4E). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29; sparse fibers in the rostral part of the CL; the strength is "weak" at best.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to PAGd

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59127 Prelimbic areaPeriaqueductal gray dorsal division moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to SCig

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59130 Prelimbic areaSuperior colliculus intermediate gray layer light/moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to DR

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59131 Prelimbic areaDorsal nucleus raphe lightPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown).

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to TRN

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59132 Prelimbic areaTegmental reticular nucleus moderatePHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown). Collator note: a restricted terminal field in TRN, mostly in its central part.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to LDT

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59133 Prelimbic areaLaterodorsal tegmental nucleus existsPHAL
Collator note: injection with PHAL shown in Fig. 4A, in PL, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Level 9. The injection covers the entire PL with possible extension into the ventral ACd.
Fisk G.A. & Wyss J.M., 2000
General description technique/protocol: [...] descending labeled axons extended caudally and medially, then terminated in the SN (Fig. 4F), the PAG (Fig. 4F,G), the superior colliculus (Fig. 4F), the R (Fig. 4G), and the LDT(not shown). Collator note: a restricted terminal field in TRN, mostly in its central part.