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Hippocampal formation of GP94

Name: Hippocampal formation of GP94
Description: The combined region of Ammon’s horn, subicular complex and dentate gyrus; only fields CA1-CA3 of the hippocampus were considered to be part of the HF, field CA4 being included in the hilus of the dentate gyrus[1]
Super-category: GP94 parcel
Id: nlx_144306
Organism: Rat
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Overlaps : hippocampus, dentate gyrus, subicular complex


References

  1. Gasbarri A et al. (1994) Anterograde and retrograde tracing of projections from the ventral tegmental area to the hippocampal formation in the rat. Brain Res Bull 33: 445-52 PubMed

Notes

This page uses this default form:PONS_brain_region

  • This definition does not explicitly include the white matter structures as does Brain Info and the current definition in NeuroLex; therefore it is listed separately.

Contributors

Ccdbuser, Memartone



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AuthorsGasbarri A  +, Packard MG  +, Campana E  +, and Pacitti C.  +
CurationStatusgraph position temporary  +
DefinitionThe combined region of Ammon’s horn, subicular complex and dentate gyrus; only fields CA1-CA3 of the hippocampus were considered to be part of the HF, field CA4 being included in the hilus of the dentate gyrus
EditorialNoteThis type of definition does not fit either with our definition of parcel or regional part of brain; need to determine how this relates to hippocampal formation.
Idnlx_144306  +
JournalNumber4  +
JournalVolume33  +
LabelHippocampal formation of GP94  +
ModifiedDate2 August 2013  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
Pages445-52
PartiallyOverlapsWithHippocampus  +, Dentate gyrus  +, and Subicular complex  +
PublicationDate2994  +
PublicationNameBrain Res Bull.  +
SpeciesRat  +
SuperCategoryGP94 parcel  +
TitleAnterograde and retrograde tracing of projections from the ventral tegmental area to the hippocampal formation in the rat  +