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Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOp to ENT

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1384 Primary motor areaEntorhinal area lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg273, fig8,11. Soma notes These --AIp- cells persist caudally into the perirhinal and entorhinal regions. In addition perirhinal & entrohinal labeling is seen contralaterally, though it is less dense than seen ipsilaterally.. Terminal notes Rhinal cortex labelling was seen in all AGm and AGl cases?AGl brains had less dense overall labeling in these regions than did AGm brains.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOp to MOs

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3073 Primary motor areaSecondary motor area lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg271, fig1,9. Soma notes Sparse to moderate bilateral label is present in caudal AGm. Terminal notes Cases AGl49 and 67 represent brains with (FG) injections in caudal AGl, just rostral to the level of the anterior commisure and apparently encroahing on the forelimb sensorimotor overlap area.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82483 Primary motor areaSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeling in the dorsomedial part of the primary motor cortex, possibly in layers II, IV and VI. See Fig. 3C, Swanson Atlas Levels 13-14.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82488 Primary motor areaSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeled neurons in layers II, IV and VI.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOp to AIp

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3069 Primary motor areaAgranular insular area posterior part lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg273, fig8,11. Soma notes typically labeled cells in ParII are continuous ventrally wiht labeling in the posterior posterior agranular insular region, along the rhinal fissure.. Terminal notes Rhinal cortex labelling was seen in all AGm and AGl cases?AGl brains had less dense overall labeling in these regions than did AGm brains.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOp to MOp

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3071 Primary motor areaPrimary motor area moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg267, fig4. Soma notes Contralaterally, AGl is extensively labeled as is a portion of the somatic sensory area Par1. Terminal notes This brain has an injection site (FG) centred at the level of the forceps minor, in area AGl..
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82516 Primary motor areaPrimary motor area strongFluorogold
Collator note: strong labeling of the rostral primary cortex, in all layers. See Fig 4A, B, Swanson Atlas Levels 5-9.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOp to ORB

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3076 Primary motor areaOrbital area lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg271-2, fig3A,6C. Soma notes It is clear that AGm receives a much more extensive afferent innervation from orbital cortex than does its lateral neighbour AGl, the medially adjacent AC has no orbital connections. Terminal notes --FG injections--.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOp to VIS

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3087 Primary motor areaVisual areas very lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig4. Soma notes There is no cortical labeling seen caudal to the level at which the dentate gyrus first appears. Terminal notes This brain has an injection site (FG) centred at the level of the forceps minor, in area AGl..
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENT to MOs

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1385 Entorhinal areaSecondary motor area moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg273, fig8,11. Soma notes These --AIp- cells persist caudally into the perirhinal and entorhinal regions. In addition perirhinal & entrohinal labeling is seen contralaterally, though it is less dense than seen ipsilaterally.. Terminal notes Rhinal cortex labelling was seen in all AGm and AGl cases?AGl brains had less dense overall labeling in these regions than did AGm brains.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ACA to ACA

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3067 Anterior cingulate areaAnterior cingulate area existsfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig5. Soma notes Labeling is seen in contralateral AC. Terminal notes The injection site (FG) is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm at the level of the anterior commisure.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ACA to CLA

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3068 Anterior cingulate areaClaustrum existsfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig5. Soma notes Labeling is seen in ?he claustrum bilaterally. Terminal notes The injection site (FG) is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm at the level of the anterior commisure.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ACA to MOp

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3072 Anterior cingulate areaPrimary motor area very lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig5. Soma notes AC has no somatic sensorimotor or orbital connections. Terminal notes The injection site (FG) is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm at the level of the anterior commisure.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ACA to ORB

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3074 Anterior cingulate areaOrbital area very lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig5. Soma notes AC has no somatic sensorimotor or orbital connections. Terminal notes The injection site (FG) is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm at the level of the anterior commisure.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
3075 Anterior cingulate areaOrbital area very lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg271-2, fig3A,6C. Soma notes It is clear that AGm receives a much more extensive afferent innervation from orbital cortex than does its lateral neighbour AGl, the medially adjacent AC has no orbital connections. Terminal notes --FG injections--.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from AIp to MOs

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3070 Agranular insular area posterior partSecondary motor area moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg273, fig8,11. Soma notes typically labeled cells in ParII are continuous ventrally wiht labeling in the posterior posterior agranular insular region, along the rhinal fissure.. Terminal notes Rhinal cortex labelling was seen in all AGm and AGl cases?AGl brains had less dense overall labeling in these regions than did AGm brains.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82494 Agranular insular area posterior partSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: See Fig. 3E, Swanson Atlas Levels 27-28. The labeled neurons are located in the deeper layers.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from AIp to MOp

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82528 Agranular insular area posterior partPrimary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: See Fig. 4G, H, Swanson Atlas Levels 22-26.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ORB to MOs

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3077 Orbital areaSecondary motor area moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg271-2, fig3A,6C. Soma notes It is clear that AGm receives a much more extensive afferent innervation from orbital cortex than does its lateral neighbour AGl, the medially adjacent AC has no orbital connections. Terminal notes rostrocaudal location of injection site in AGm has no obvious effect on the pattern of retrograde orbital labeling --FG injections--.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ORBl to MOs

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82479 Orbital area lateral partSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: the labeling in Fig 3A extends in the most medial part of the ORBl, as mapped in Swanson Atlas. See Fig. 3A, Swanson Atlas Level 6.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ORBl to MOp

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3078 Orbital area lateral partPrimary motor area lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg267, fig4. Soma notes Within orbital cortex a few cells are present in the lateral orbital area. Terminal notes This brain has an injection site (FG) centred at the level of the forceps minor, in area AGl..
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82517 Orbital area lateral partPrimary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Within orbital cortex a few cells are present in the lateral orbital (LO) area (Fig. 4A). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Level 5.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSP to MOp

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3079 Retrosplenial areaPrimary motor area very lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig4. Soma notes There is no cortical labeling seen caudal to the level at which the dentate gyrus first appears. Terminal notes This brain has an injection site (FG) centred at the level of the forceps minor, in area AGl..
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSPd to MOs

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82492 Retrosplenial area dorsal partSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: See Fig. 3E, Swanson Atlas Levels 27-28.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82500 Retrosplenial area dorsal partSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Light labeling is also seen in retrosplenial cortex ipsilaterally (Fig. 3E-H). Collator note: Fig 3F, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82507 Retrosplenial area dorsal partSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: Swanson Atlas Level 39, Fig. 3G.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSPd to ACAd

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3080 Retrosplenial area dorsal partAnterior cingulate area dorsal part moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig5. Soma notes Labeling is seen in ?he ipsilateral retrosplenial cortex. Label is concentrated in {2,5,6} in both the granular and agranular retrosplenial areas. Terminal notes The injection site (FG) is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm at the level of the anterior commisure.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSPd to ACAv

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82539 Retrosplenial area dorsal partAnterior cingulate area ventral part strongFluorogold
Collator note: strong labeling of retrosplenial cortices. See Fig. 5E-G, Swanson Atlas Levels 27-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82547 Retrosplenial area dorsal partAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: continuous labeling of the retrosplenial and visual cortices. A band of labeled neurons in layers VI is labeled in all these regions. Two or three column-like patterns in VISal and VISam.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSPv to MOs

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82501 Retrosplenial area ventral partSecondary motor area lightFluorogold
Light labeling is also seen in retrosplenial cortex ipsilaterally (Fig. 3E-H). Collator note: Fig 3F, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSPv to ACAd

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3081 Retrosplenial area ventral partAnterior cingulate area dorsal part moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig5. Soma notes Labeling is seen in ?he ipsilateral retrosplenial cortex. Label is concentrated in {2,5,6} in both the granular and agranular retrosplenial areas. Terminal notes The injection site (FG) is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm at the level of the anterior commisure.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSPv to ACAv

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82540 Retrosplenial area ventral partAnterior cingulate area ventral part strongFluorogold
Collator note: strong labeling of retrosplenial cortices. See Fig. 5E-G, Swanson Atlas Levels 27-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SSp to MOs

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82489 Primary somatosensory areaSecondary motor area lightFluorogold
Collator note: few labeled cells in the primary somatosensory cortex. See Fig. 3D, Swanson Atlas Level 19.,
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82490 Primary somatosensory areaSecondary motor area moderate/strongFluorogold
Caudal to the level of the fimbria, labeling is extensive in areas Par I and Par II of somatic sensorimotor cortex (Fig. 3E). This labeling is organized as clusters of labeled cells in layers IIDII, V, and a deep stratum we have termed layer VII (Reep and
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SSp to MOp

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3082 Primary somatosensory areaPrimary motor area moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg271, fig1,9. Soma notes In Par1 the heaviest labelling is located rostrally. Terminal notes Cases AGl49 and 67 represent brains with (FG) injections in caudal AGl, just rostral to the level of the anterior commisure and apparently encroahing on the forelimb sensorimotor overlap area.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
3083 Primary somatosensory areaPrimary motor area moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg267-9, fig4. Soma notes Con: a portion of the somatic sensory area Par1 is extensively labeled. Ips: just caudal to the injection site, label quite heavy in Par1 and is organized into sheets and clusters, only some in dysgran zones. heaviest in {2,3,5,7} lighter in {6}. Terminal notes This brain has an injection site (FG) centred at the level of the forceps minor, in area AGl..
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82518 Primary somatosensory areaPrimary motor area strongFluorogold
Ipsilaterally, just caudal to the injection site, labeling is quite heavy in area Par I and is organized into sheets and clusters (Figs. 4C-E, 7). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 9-14.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SSp to ACAd

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3084 Primary somatosensory areaAnterior cingulate area dorsal part very lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig5. Soma notes AC has no somatic sensorimotor or orbital connections. Terminal notes The injection site (FG) is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm at the level of the anterior commisure.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SSp to ACAv

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82542 Primary somatosensory areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: See Fig 5F, Swanson Atlas Levels 28-29. The labeling in OC2 is mapped here in SSp. The pattern is column-like.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SSs to MOs

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82491 Supplemental somatosensory areaSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Caudal to the level of the fimbria, labeling is extensive in areas Par I and Par II of somatic sensorimotor cortex (Fig. 3E). This labeling is organized as clusters of labeled cells in layers IIDII, V, and a deep stratum we have termed layer VII (Reep and
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from SSs to MOp

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3085 Supplemental somatosensory areaPrimary motor area moderatefluorescent tracers
Case pg271, fig1,9. Soma notes Substantial labelling is also found throughout ParII and is continuous with that in the insular area. Terminal notes Cases AGl49 and 67 represent brains with (FG) injections in caudal AGl, just rostral to the level of the anterior commisure and apparently encroahing on the forelimb sensorimotor overlap area.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
3086 Supplemental somatosensory areaPrimary motor area existsfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig4. Soma notes More caudally at the level of the fimbria, labeling appears in area ParII as it diminishes in ParI. Terminal notes This brain has an injection site (FG) centred at the level of the forceps minor, in area AGl..
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82526 Supplemental somatosensory areaPrimary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: few labeled cells in the deep layers of SSs. See Fig. 4F, Swanson Atlas Level 16.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82529 Supplemental somatosensory areaPrimary motor area moderate/strongFluorogold
Collator note: See Fig. 4G, Swanson Atlas Level 22. The labeling seems to be mostly in the deep layers.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISp to MOs

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82496 Primary visual areaSecondary motor area strongFluorogold
...there is dense labeling seen in all areas of rostral visual cortex, organized as clusters of cells located mostly in layers II-III, V and VII (Fig. 3F-H). Collator note: Fig 3E, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISp to ACAd

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3088 Primary visual areaAnterior cingulate area dorsal part very lightfluorescent tracers
Case pg269, fig5. Soma notes Labeling is seen in ?he ipsilateral visual cortex. there is almost no labelling in the granular area Oc1. Terminal notes The injection site (FG) is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm at the level of the anterior commisure.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: not provided

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISp to ACAv

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82544 Primary visual areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part lightFluorogold
Collator note: labeling of the rostral visual cortices. See Fig. 5G, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35. It is possible that PTLp includes some labeled cells, but it is impossible to map in this case.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82550 Primary visual areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part lightFluorogold
Collator note: continuous labeling of the retrosplenial and visual cortices. A band of labeled neurons in layers VI is labeled in all these regions. Two or three column-like patterns in VISal and VISam.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to MOs

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82476 Secondary motor areaSecondary motor area strongFluorogold
Collator note: strong labeling of the rostral MOs. See Fig. 3A, Swanson Atlas Level 6.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to MOp

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82522 Secondary motor areaPrimary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: a group of neurons, looking like a vertical column mapped here in the Mos. See Figure 4D, Swanson Atlas Level 12.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from MOs to ACAv

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82530 Secondary motor areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: moderate labeling of the MOs in this level. See Fig. 5A, Swanson Atlas Level 9.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82541 Secondary motor areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: See Fig 5E, Swanson Atlas Level 27.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

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82477 Orbital area ventrolateral partSecondary motor area strongFluorogold
Rostrally there is extensive bilateral labeling in the ventrolateral (VLO) and medial (MO) areas of orbital cortex, heavier ipsilaterally (Figs. 3A, 6C). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Level 6.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82646 Orbital area ventrolateral partPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

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82478 Orbital area medial partSecondary motor area strongFluorogold
Rostrally there is extensive bilateral labeling in the ventrolateral (VLO) and medial (MO) areas of orbital cortex, heavier ipsilaterally (Figs. 3A, 6C). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Level 6.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82480 ClaustrumSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
[] labeling appears to be continuous with bilateral labeling found just caudally in the claustrum (Fig. 3B-D). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 6-14.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82524 ClaustrumPrimary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: the claustrum is labeled only in its dorsal part, only rostrally. See Fig. 4D, Swanson Atlas Level 12.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

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82536 ClaustrumAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderate/strongFluorogold
Collator note: the claustrum is labeled rostrocaudally. See Fig. 5A-D, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-25.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

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82481 Layer 6b, isocortexSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: See Fig. 3B, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82519 Layer 6b, isocortexPrimary motor area strongFluorogold
Collator note: strong labeling just above the anterior forceps. Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 9.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82523 Layer 6b, isocortexPrimary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: caudally, the 6b contains fewer labeled cells. See Fig. 4D, Swanson Atlas 12.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

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82482 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeling ventral from the injection site, especially in the deep levels, mapped here as ACAd. See Fig. 3B, Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82485 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: see Fig. 3C, Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82486 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: see Fig. 3D, Swanson Atlas Level 19.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82607 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

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82531 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partAnterior cingulate area ventral part light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeling in layer VI, abutting the anterior forceps, in all medial cortices. See Fig. 5A, Swanson Atlas Level 9.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82534 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partAnterior cingulate area ventral part strongFluorogold
Collator note: strong labeling of anterior cingulate cortices. See Fig. 5B, Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82537 Anterior cingulate area dorsal partAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: uniform labeling of the anterior cingulate cortices caudal from the injection site. See Fig. 5C, D, Swanson Atlas Levels 18-20.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

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82484 Taenia tecta dorsal partSecondary motor area strongFluorogold
The caudal taenia tecta just below the genu contains labeled cells ipsilaterally (Fig. 3C). Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 13-14.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82579 Taenia tecta dorsal partPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82580 Taenia tecta dorsal partPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82581 Taenia tecta dorsal partPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82582 Taenia tecta dorsal partPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ACAv to MOs

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82487 Anterior cingulate area ventral partSecondary motor area moderate/strongFluorogold
Collator note: see Fig. 3D, Swanson Atlas Level 19. The labeled neurons are distribuited across all layes.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82608 Anterior cingulate area ventral partPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

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82535 Anterior cingulate area ventral partAnterior cingulate area ventral part strongFluorogold
Collator note: strong labeling of anterior cingulate cortices. See Fig. 5B, Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82538 Anterior cingulate area ventral partAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: uniform labeling of the anterior cingulate cortices caudal from the injection site. See Fig. 5C, D, Swanson Atlas Levels 18-20.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISC to MOs

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82493 Visceral areaSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: the labeling in this level continues from the SSs ventral to Aip, therefore labeling the VISC. See Fig. 3E, Swanson Atlas Levels 27-28.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82525 Visceral areaPrimary motor area moderate/strongFluorogold
Collator note: Fig. 4E, Swanson Atlas Level 14.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82527 Visceral areaPrimary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: See Fig. 4G, H, Swanson Atlas Levels 22-26.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISam to MOs

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82495 Anteromedial visual areaSecondary motor area strongFluorogold
...there is dense labeling seen in all areas of rostral visual cortex, organized as clusters of cells located mostly in layers II-III, V and VII (Fig. 3F-H). Collator note: Fig 3E, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82543 Anteromedial visual areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeling of the rostral visual cortices. See Fig. 5G, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35. It is possible that PTLp includes some labeled cells, but it is impossible to map in this case.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82549 Anteromedial visual areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part lightFluorogold
Collator note: continuous labeling of the retrosplenial and visual cortices. A band of labeled neurons in layers VI is labeled in all these regions. Two or three column-like patterns in VISal and VISam.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISrl to MOs

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82497 Rostrolateral visual areaSecondary motor area lightFluorogold
...there is dense labeling seen in all areas of rostral visual cortex, organized as clusters of cells located mostly in layers II-III, V and VII (Fig. 3F-H). Collator note: Fig 3E, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82605 Rostrolateral visual areaPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

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82545 Rostrolateral visual areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeling of the rostral visual cortices. See Fig. 5G, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35. It is possible that PTLp includes some labeled cells, but it is impossible to map in this case.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

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82498 Anterolateral visual areaSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
...there is dense labeling seen in all areas of rostral visual cortex, organized as clusters of cells located mostly in layers II-III, V and VII (Fig. 3F-H). Collator note: Fig 3E, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82546 Anterolateral visual areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeling of the rostral visual cortices. See Fig. 5G, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35. It is possible that PTLp includes some labeled cells, but it is impossible to map in this case.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82551 Anterolateral visual areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part moderateFluorogold
Collator note: continuous labeling of the retrosplenial and visual cortices. A band of labeled neurons in layers VI is labeled in all these regions. Two or three column-like patterns in VISal and VISam.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSPagl to MOs

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82499 Retrosplenial area lateral agranular partSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Light labeling is also seen in retrosplenial cortex ipsilaterally (Fig. 3E-H). Collator note: Fig 3F, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82548 Retrosplenial area lateral agranular partAnterior cingulate area ventral part lightFluorogold
Collator note: continuous labeling of the retrosplenial and visual cortices. A band of labeled neurons in layers VI is labeled in all these regions. Two or three column-like patterns in VISal and VISam.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PTLp to MOs

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82502 Posterior parietal association areasSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: the labeling of PAR1 in Fig. 3F, Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35 is labeled here as in the caudal PTlp.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82513 Posterior parietal association areasSecondary motor area lightFluorogold
Collator note: Fig 3H, Swanson Atlas Levels 42-43.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PTLp to MOp

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82648 Posterior parietal association areasPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PERI to MOs

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82503 Perirhinal areaSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Labeled cells in caudal Par II and TE merge ventrally with labeling in the insular, perirhinal, and entorhinal areas (Fig. 3E-H), and the latter two regions are labeled bilaterally, heavier ipsilaterally. Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82508 Perirhinal areaSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: Swanson Atlas Level 39, Fig. 3G.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82647 Perirhinal areaPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ECT to MOs

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82504 Ectorhinal areaSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Labeled cells in caudal Par II and TE merge ventrally with labeling in the insular, perirhinal, and entorhinal areas (Fig. 3E-H), and the latter two regions are labeled bilaterally, heavier ipsilaterally. Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82509 Ectorhinal areaSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: Swanson Atlas Level 39, Fig. 3G.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82514 Ectorhinal areaSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: Fig 3H, Swanson Atlas Levels 42-43.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ECT to MOp

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82609 Ectorhinal areaPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from TEv to MOs

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82505 Ventral temporal association areasSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Labeled cells in caudal Par II and TE merge ventrally with labeling in the insular, perirhinal, and entorhinal areas (Fig. 3E-H), and the latter two regions are labeled bilaterally, heavier ipsilaterally. Collator note: Swanson Atlas Levels 34-35.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from RSPv-b/c to MOs

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82506 Retrosplenial area ventral part zone b/cSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: Swanson Atlas Level 39, Fig. 3G.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ENTl to MOs

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82510 Entorhinal area, lateral partSecondary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: Fig 3H, Swanson Atlas Levels 42-43.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
82515 Entorhinal area, lateral partSecondary motor area light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: Fig 3H, Swanson Atlas Levels 42-43.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISli to MOs

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82511 Intermediolateral visual areaSecondary motor area lightFluorogold
Collator note: Fig 3H, Swanson Atlas Levels 42-43.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

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82601 Intermediolateral visual areaPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISlla to MOs

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82512 Anterior laterolateral visual areaSecondary motor area lightFluorogold
Collator note: Fig 3H, Swanson Atlas Levels 42-43.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: The injection site in this brain is large and centered in rostral AGm at the level of the forceps minor (Fig. 3B), but also extends into mid AGm (Fig. 3C). It does not encroach on the white matter. Collator note: injection is shown in Fig. 3B, which corresponds to Swanson Atlas Levels 9-10. The injection covers the dorsal part of the MOs, with possible minor involvement of ACAd in this level - the halo only. Rostrocaudally, the injection extends up to levels 13-14.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from VISlla to MOp

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82600 Anterior laterolateral visual areaPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from GU to MOp

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82520 Gustatory areasPrimary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: ventral extension of the labeling from primary somatosensory cortex, and from anterior forceps. We consider here that both GU and Aid include labeled cells.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from AId to MOp

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82521 Agranular insular area dorsal partPrimary motor area moderateFluorogold
Collator note: ventral extension of the labeling from primary somatosensory cortex, and from anterior forceps. We consider here that both GU and Aid include labeled cells.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to MOp

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82649 Prelimbic areaPrimary motor area not presentFluorogold
Collator note: this connection is considered to be absent.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: This brain also has an injection site centered at the level of the forceps minor, in area AG1 (Fig. 4B). Collator note case Agl 63, large injection made in MOp rostrally. The injection and halo are inside of the primary motor cortex. See Fig. 4B, Swanson Atlas Level 8.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from PL to ACAv

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82532 Prelimbic areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeling in layer VI, abutting the anterior forceps, in all medial cortices. See Fig. 5A, Swanson Atlas Level 9.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.

Details about the neuroanatomical projections from ILA to ACAv

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82533 Infralimbic areaAnterior cingulate area ventral part light/moderateFluorogold
Collator note: labeling in layer VI, abutting the anterior forceps, in all medial cortices. See Fig. 5A, Swanson Atlas Level 9.
Reep RL, Goodwin GS, Corwin JV., 1990
General description technique/protocol: [] the injection site is located in the anterior cingulate cortex medial to AGm, at the level of the anterior commissure (Fig. 5C). Collator note: injection centered in the ACAv, with the halo covering the ACAd. The injection is mapped here in Swanson Atlas Levels 15-16.