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Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SUM to IG

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91373 Supramammillary nucleusInduseum griseum existsradioactive aminoacids
the supramammillary region projects bilaterally to both the AHC and IG. Within this complex the greatest density of labeling is consistently observed at the medial border of the granule cell layer of the AHC (Figs. 12A, 13B).
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injections in the SUM. See Fig. 19. Also described in Wyss 1979.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from IG to IG

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91374 Induseum griseumInduseum griseum existsradioactive aminoacids
A second major projection to the granule cell dendrites of the AHC-IG complex originates in the pyramidal neurons of the AHC-IG. Localized injections of either HRP or [3H] amino acid placed into the intermediate and deep layers of the AHC-IG result in a consistent labeling of the inner one-fourth of the molecular layer and the superficial granule cell layer.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
91381 Induseum griseumInduseum griseum moderateHRP
The cell bodies of these neurons have been labeled after small, iontophoretic, HRP injections of the deep layers [].
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
91382 Induseum griseumInduseum griseum moderateradioactive aminoacids
A second intrinsic projection arises from the hilar and intermediate pyramidal neurons of the IG-AHC and is directed to the outer portion of the granule cell layer of the IG-AH. Collator note: see Fig. 18.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injections in the IG. See Fig. 18.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from IG to SUM

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91383 Induseum griseumSupramammillary nucleus light/moderateradioactive aminoacids
Injections of [3H] amino acids in this area reveal a projection that courses through the caudate nucleus from the IG, or through the lateral septum in the case of AHC injections. Both projections subsequently run adjacent to the lateral portion of the hypothalamus and into the mammillary bodies.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: radioactive aminoacids injections, not shown.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from IG to SUMl

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91384 Induseum griseumSupramammillary nucleus lateral part light/moderateHRP
When injections were confined to the medial and lateral mammillary nuclei alone, labeled cells appeared in the deep pyramidal layer throughout both the IG and AHC (Fig. 19).
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: HRP injections in the SUMm and SUMl not shown.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from IG to SUMm

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91385 Induseum griseumSupramammillary nucleus medial part light/moderateHRP
When injections were confined to the medial and lateral mammillary nuclei alone, labeled cells appeared in the deep pyramidal layer throughout both the IG and AHC (Fig. 19).
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: HRP injections in the SUMm and SUMl not shown.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to IG

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91375 Entorhinal area, lateral partInduseum griseum moderateradioactive aminoacids
As reported previously (Wyss, '81). the lateral portion af the entorhinal cortex projects to the molecular layer of both the IG and AHC. This projection is relatively well segregated within this zone (Fig. 12A). In addition to the labeling of layer I, labeling is present in the intermediate pyramidal cell layer, suggesting an additional input to this zone.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injections in the ENTl, not shown. Described in Wyss 1981.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTm to IG

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91376 Entorhinal area medial part, dorsal zoneInduseum griseum lightradioactive aminoacids
Injections into the medial entorhinal cortex also result in labeling of the IG-AHC complex; however, this labeling remains confined to the caudal two-thirds of the IG. Here again the input to the molecular layer is restricted to a single stratum, in this case the middle one-third of the molecular layer.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injections in the ENTm, not shown. Described in Wyss 1981.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTm to DG

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91377 Entorhinal area medial part, dorsal zoneDentate gyrus existsradioactive aminoacids
same position [of ENTm injection] in which the label appears in the dentate gyrus following the same injection.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injections in the ENTm, not shown. Described in Wyss 1981.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MS to IG

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91378 Medial septal nucleusInduseum griseum moderate/strongradioactive aminoacids
injection of [3H] amino acids into the medial septal nucleus resulted in labeling of both the IG and AHC. Collator note: see Fig. 21, page 269.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injections in the MS, not shown.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from NDB to IG

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91379 Nucleus of the diagonal bandInduseum griseum moderate/strongradioactive aminoacids
Small injections in this region [ diagonal nucleus of Broca] resulted in labeling of the axons in the medial aspect of the cingulum, with a scattered labeling in the deep pyramidal layer of both the IG and AHC. Collator note: see Fig. 21, page 269.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injections in the NDB, not shown.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOB to IG

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91380 Main olfactory bulbInduseum griseum lightradioactive aminoacids
Iontophoretic injections of [3H] amino acids resulted in light labeling in the molecular layer of the AHC and the rostral half of the IG.
Wyss JM & Sripanidkulchai K., 1983
General description technique/protocol: Collator note: injections in the olfactory bulb, not shown.