Anatomical evidence for the projections from the basal nucleus of the amygdala to the primary visual cortex in the cat
|dc.contributor.author||Chen, Y. X.||zh_CN|
|dc.contributor.author||Shou, T. D.||zh_CN|
|dc.description.abstract||The amygdaloid complex receives information from all sensory systems, especially from vision. in the primate, the amygdala is reciprocally interconnected with some regions of high-order visual cortices such as TE and TEO and only projects to the primary visual cortex (V1, area 17) without direct projection from V1. However, in the cat little is known about the projection from the amygdala to the primary visual cortex. In this study, anatomical study is carried out in cats to determine whether the amygdala sends feedback projection to area 17. FlouroGold, a fluorescent dye was microinjected into area 17 in cats. In the basal nucleus in the amygdala, the retrograde labeled cells (about 30% of total number of the region of interest observed) are distributed widely in an irregular manner, neither in lamina nor in group. The results provide the first anatomical evidence of the amygdale projection to area 17 in the cat, which is a widely used animal model for vision research. (C) 2009 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.||zh_CN|
|dc.title||Anatomical evidence for the projections from the basal nucleus of the amygdala to the primary visual cortex in the cat||zh_CN|
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