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Basal forebrain

Name: Basal forebrain
Description: A region of the brain consisting of ventral and rostral subcortical regions of the telencephalon, including among others, the basal ganglia, septal nuclei, amygdala, ventral pallidum, substantia innominata, and basal nucleus of Meynert.
Is part of: telencephalon
Super-category: Regional part of brain
*Id: birnlex_1560
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Neuronames ID ( what's this?): 2137625569

Neurons in Basal forebrain

Amygdala basolateral nuclear complex nonpyramidal PV basket cell, Amygdala basolateral nuclear complex nonpyramidal PV chandelier cell, Amygdala basolateral nuclear complex nonpyramidal SOM neuron, Amygdala basolateral nuclear complex pyramidal neuron, Amygdala intercalated nuclei small spiny neuron, Amygdala lateral central nucleus medium spiny neuron, Basalis nucleus cholinergic neuron, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis basket neuron, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis beaded neuron, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis common spiny neuron, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis dense axon plexus-forming neuron, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis spiny bipolar neuron, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis spiny neuron with chandelier-like axon, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis superficial spiny neuron, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis triangular neuron are neurons that can be found in Basal forebrain or its parts.

Axons in Basal forebrain

Amygdala basolateral nuclear complex nonpyramidal SOM neuron, Amygdala basolateral nuclear complex pyramidal neuron, Amygdala intercalated nuclei small spiny neuron, Amygdala lateral central nucleus medium spiny neuron, Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis beaded neuron are neurons or parts of neurons whose axons can be found in Basal forebrain or its parts.

Parts of Basal forebrain

Inferred outgoing projections for Basal forebrain

The following brain regions receive axons from Basal forebrain: Central amygdaloid nucleus, Medial dorsal nucleus, Nucleus accumbens, Olfactory bulb accessory nucleus, Perirhinal cortex of primate of Burwell et al 1995, Subthalamic nucleus, Ventral tegmental area. The statements about these projections are not made on this page, but rather are made on the pages linked here.

Inferred incoming projections for Basal forebrain

The following brain regions send axons into Basal forebrain: Nucleus accumbens, Olfactory bulb accessory nucleus, Perirhinal cortex of primate of Burwell et al 1995, Substantia nigra, Ventral striatum, Ventral tegmental area. The statements about these projections are not made on this page, but rather are made on the pages linked here.


  • Externally Sourced Definition: The term basal forebrain refers to a "heterogeneous set of structures on the medial and ventral cerebral hemisphere." It comprises the substantia innominata, basal nucleus, anterior perforated substance, islands of Calleja and overlying parts of the striatum and globus pallidus. It extends caudally into pars reticulata of the substantia nigra and rostrally includes the nucleus accumbens, nucleus of diagonal band, nucleus of stria terminalis and septal nuclei (Mai-2004).

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Non structured information for this region can be found https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basal_forebrain

Non-exhaustive list of basal forebrain references:

Alheid G & Heimer L (1988). New perspectives in basal forebrain organization of special relevance for neuropsychiatric disorders: the striatopallidal, amygdaloid, and corticopetal components of substantia innominata. Neuroscience, 27(1), pp.1–39.

Canteras N & Swanson L (1992). The dorsal premammillary nucleus: an unusual component of the mammillary body. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 89(21), p.10089.

Choi DC, Furay AR, Evanson NK, Ostrander MM, Ulrich-Lai YM & Herman JP (2007). Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis subregions differentially regulate hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis activity: implications for the integration of limbic inputs. The Journal of neuroscience, 27(8), p.2025.

Delfs J, Zhu Y, Druhan J & Aston-Jones G (2000). Noradrenaline in the ventral forebrain is critical for opiate withdrawal-induced aversion. Nature, 403(6768), pp.430–433.

Dong H & Swanson L (2004). Organization of Axonal Projections from the Anterolateral Area of the Bed Nuclei of the Stria Terminalis. The Journal of Comparative Neurology, 468, pp.277–298.

Dong H & Swanson L (2006). Projections from Bed Nuclei of the Stria Terminalis, Dorsomedial Nucleus: Implications for Cerebral Hemisphere Integration of Neuroendocrine, Autonomic, and Drinking Responses. The Journal of Comparative Neurology, 494, pp.75–107.

Dong HW, Petrovich GD & Swanson LW (2001). Topography of projections from amygdala to bed nuclei of the stria terminalis. Brain research reviews, 38(1-2), pp.192–246.

Dong HW, Petrovich GD, Watts AG & Swanson LW (2001). Basic organization of projections from the oval and fusiform nuclei of the bed nuclei of the stria terminalis in adult rat brain. The Journal of comparative neurology, 436(4), pp.430–455.

Dong HW & Swanson LW (2006). Projections from bed nuclei of the stria terminalis, anteromedial area: cerebral hemisphere integration of neuroendocrine, autonomic, and behavioral aspects of energy balance. The Journal of comparative neurology, 494(1), pp.142–178.

Dunn JD (1987). Plasma corticosterone responses to electrical stimulation of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. Brain research, 407(2), pp.327–331.

Duvarci S, Bauer EP & Paré D (2009). The bed nucleus of the stria terminalis mediates inter-individual variations in anxiety and fear. The Journal of Neuroscience, 29(33), p.10357.

Egli RE (2003). Dorsal and Ventral Distribution of Excitable and Synaptic Properties of Neurons of the Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis. Journal of Neurophysiology, 90(1), pp.405–414.

Fanselow MS (2010). From contextual fear to a dynamic view of memory systems. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 14(1), pp.7–15.

Feldman S, Conforti N & Saphier D (1990). The preoptic area and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis are involved in the effects of the amygdala on adrenocortical secretion. Neuroscience, 37(3), pp.775–779.

Fudge J & Haber S (2001). Bed nucleus of the stria terminalis and extended amygdala inputs to dopamine subpopulations in primates. Neuroscience, 104(3), pp.807–827.

Goto M, Canteras NS, Burns G & Swanson LW (2005). Projections from the subfornical region of the lateral hypothalamic area. The Journal of comparative neurology, 493(3), pp.412–438.

Goto M, Swanson LW & Canteras NS (2001). Connections of the nucleus incertus. The Journal of comparative neurology, 438(1), pp.86–122.

Gray TS (1999). Functional and anatomical relationships among the amygdala, basal forebrain, ventral striatum, and cortex: An integrative discussion. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 877(1), pp.439–444.

Grove EA (1988). Neural associations of the substantia innominata in the rat: afferent connections. The Journal of comparative neurology, 277(3), pp.315–346.

Heimer L (2003). A new anatomical framework for neuropsychiatric disorders and drug abuse. American Journal of Psychiatry, 160(10), pp.1726–1739.

Heimer L, Harlan R, Alheid G, Garcia M & De Olmos J (1997). Substantia innominata: a notion which impedes clinical-anatomical correlations in neuropsychiatric disorders. Neuroscience, 76(4), pp.957–1006.

Heimer L & Van Hoesen GW (2006). The limbic lobe and its output channels: implications for emotional functions and adaptive behavior. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 30(2), pp.126–147.

Kash TL, Nobis WP, Matthews RT & Winder DG (2008). Dopamine enhances fast excitatory synaptic transmission in the extended amygdala by a CRF-R1-dependent process. The Journal of Neuroscience, 28(51), pp.13856–13865.

Krettek J & Price J (1978). Amygdaloid projections to subcortical structures within the basal forebrain and brainstem in the rat and cat. The Journal of comparative neurology, 178(2), pp.225–253.

Leri F, Flores J, Rodaros D & Stewart J (2002). Blockade of stress-induced but not cocaine-induced reinstatement by infusion of noradrenergic antagonists into the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis or the central nucleus of the amygdala. The Journal of neuroscience, 22(13), pp.5713–5718.

Lesur A, Gaspar P, Alvarez C & Berger B (1989). Chemoanatomic compartments in the human bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. Neuroscience, 32(1), pp.181–194.

Levita L, Hammack S, Mania I, Li XY, Davis M & Rainnie D (2004). 5-hydroxytryptamine1a-likereceptor activation in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis: Electrophysiological and behavioral studies. Neuroscience, 128(3), pp.583–596.

McElligott ZA & Winder DG (2009). Modulation of glutamatergic synaptic transmission in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 33(8), pp.1329–1335.

Moga MM, Herbert H, Hurley KM, Yasui Y, Gray TS & Saper CB (1990). Organization of cortical, basal forebrain, and hypothalamic afferents to the parabrachial nucleus in the rat. The Journal of comparative neurology, 295(4), pp.624–661.

Nadasdy Z, Varsanyi P & Zaborszky L (2010). Clustering of large cell populations: Method and application to the basal forebrain cholinergic system. Journal of neuroscience methods, 194(1), pp.46–55.

Nagy FZ & Pare D (2008). Timing of Impulses From the Central Amygdala and Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis to the Brain Stem. Journal of Neurophysiology, 100(6), pp.3429–3436.

Park J, Wheeler RA, Fontillas K, Keithley RB, Carelli RM & Wightman RM (2011). Catecholamines in the Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis Reciprocally Respond to Reward and Aversion. Biological Psychiatry.

Petrovich GD, Canteras NS & Swanson LW (2001). Combinatorial amygdalar inputs to hippocampal domains and hypothalamic behavior systems. Brain Research Reviews, 38(1-2), pp.247–289.

Popescu AT, Saghyan AA & Paré D (2007). NMDA-dependent facilitation of corticostriatal plasticity by the amygdala. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104(1), p.341.

Price JL & Drevets WC (2009). Neurocircuitry of mood disorders. Neuropsychopharmacology, 35(1), pp.192–216.

Roberts G, Woodhams P, Polak J & Crow T (1982). Distribution of neuropeptides in the limbic system of the rat: the amygdaloid complex. Neuroscience, 7(1), pp.99–131.

Sarter M (2008). The substantia innominata remains incognita: pressing research themes on basal forebrain neuroanatomy. Brain Structure and Function, 213(1-2), pp.11–15.

Shin JW, Geerling JC & Loewy AD (2008). Inputs to the ventrolateral bed nucleus of the stria terminalis. The Journal of comparative neurology, 511(5), pp.628–657.

Tye KM, Prakash R, Kim SY, Fenno LE, Grosenick L, Zarabi H, et al. (2011). Amygdala circuitry mediating reversible and bidirectional control of anxiety. Nature, 471(7338), pp.358–362.

Woodhams P, Roberts G, Polak J & Crow T (1983). Distribution of neuropeptides in the limbic system of the rat: the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis, septum and preoptic area. Neuroscience, 8(4), pp.677–703.

Zaborszky L, Buhl D, Pobalashingham S, Bjaalie J & Nadasdy Z (2005). Three-dimensional chemoarchitecture of the basal forebrain: spatially specific association of cholinergic and calcium binding protein-containing neurons. Neuroscience, 136(3), pp.697–713.

Zaborszky L, Pang K, Somogyi J, Nadasdy Z & Kallo I (1999). The basal forebrain corticopetal system revisited. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 877(1), pp.339–367.

Zahm DS (2006). The evolving theory of basal forebrain functional–anatomical [] macrosystems’. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 30(2), pp.148–172.



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AuthorsG. F. ALHEID and L. HEIMER  +
CommentI think this should be moved to "Composite brain structure spanning many parts" rather than regional part of Telencephalon
Created5 October 2006  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionA region of the brain consisting of ventral and rostral subcortical regions of the telencephalon, including among others, the basal ganglia, septal nuclei, amygdala, ventral pallidum, substantia innominata, and basal nucleus of Meynert.
DefinitionSourceNeuroNames  +
ExternallySourcedDefinitionThe term basal forebrain refers to a "hete The term basal forebrain refers to a "heterogeneous set of structures on the medial and ventral cerebral hemisphere." It comprises the substantia innominata, basal nucleus, anterior perforated substance, islands of Calleja and overlying parts of the striatum and globus pallidus. It extends caudally into pars reticulata of the substantia nigra and rostrally includes the nucleus accumbens, nucleus of diagonal band, nucleus of stria terminalis and septal nuclei (Mai-2004). a terminalis and septal nuclei (Mai-2004).
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
Idbirnlex_1560  +
Is part ofTelencephalon  +
JournalNumber1  +
JournalVolume27  +
LabelBasal forebrain  +
ModifiedDate14 December 2013  +
NeuronamesLinkhttp://braininfo.rprc.washington.edu/Scripts/hiercentraldirectory.aspx?ID=2137625569  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
Pages1-39
PublicationDate1988  +
PublicationNameNeuroscience  +
SuperCategoryRegional part of brain  +
TitleNEW PERSPECTIVES IN BASAL FOREBRAIN ORGANIZATION OF SPECIAL RELEVANCE FOR NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS: THE STRIATOPALLIDAL  +, AMYGDALOID  +, and AND CORTICOPETAL COMPONENTS OF SUBSTANTIA INNOMINATA  +