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Perirhinal cortex of rodent of Burwell et al 1995

Name: Perirhinal cortex of rodent of Burwell et al 1995
Description: Cortical region surrounding the posterior rhinal sulcus in the rat, encompassing areas 35 and 36 in the rat. Rostraly, it abuts the posterior insular cortex
Synonym(s): Perirhinal cortex of rodent, rodent perirhinal cortex
Super-category: Parcellation scheme parcel
URL: Burwell et al 1995
Id: nlx_anat_1005017
PMID: PMID 8773253
Publication link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8773253
Defining criteria: cyto-architecture, chemoarchitecture
Organism: Rodent
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Defining Criteria: cyto-architecture, chemoarchitecture
Cyto-architecture defining Criteria: Perirhinal cortex in the rat can be distinguished from nearby cortices by several criteria. Compared to insular cortex, it is bilaminate. Differentiaion of insular cortex from area 36 is more problemmatic, although area 36 is characterized by cell sparse gaps betwen layers III and V. The ventral border is formed by the entorhinal cortex which is characterized by medium to large darkly stained stellate cells organized in clusters, whereas in area 35, layer II cells are smaller and lighter.
Chemoarchitecture defining Criteria: Stains darkly for Timm's sulphide silver technique compared to entorhinal cortex, although it provides only a partial indication of the dorsal border of area 36 (Fig 5). Entorhinal cortex stains darkly for parvalbumin compared to perirhinal cortex (Fig. 5).
Overlaps : Area 35, Area 36, perirhinal cortex
Parcellation Scheme: Burwell, Witter and Amaral (1995) cortical parcellation scheme



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ChemoDefiningCriteriaStains darkly for Timm's sulphide silver t Stains darkly for Timm's sulphide silver technique compared to entorhinal cortex, although it provides only a partial indication of the dorsal border of area 36 (Fig 5). Entorhinal cortex stains darkly for parvalbumin compared to perirhinal cortex (Fig. 5). in compared to perirhinal cortex (Fig. 5).
CurationStatusuncurated  +
CytoDefiningCriteriaPerirhinal cortex in the rat can be distin Perirhinal cortex in the rat can be distinguished from nearby cortices by several criteria. Compared to insular cortex, it is bilaminate. Differentiaion of insular cortex from area 36 is more problemmatic, although area 36 is characterized by cell sparse gaps betwen layers III and V. The ventral border is formed by the entorhinal cortex which is characterized by medium to large darkly stained stellate cells organized in clusters, whereas in area 35, layer II cells are smaller and lighter. 5, layer II cells are smaller and lighter.
DefiningCitationBurwell et al 1995  +
DefiningCriteriacyto-architecture, chemoarchitecture  +
DefinitionCortical region surrounding the posterior rhinal sulcus in the rat, encompassing areas 35 and 36 in the rat. Rostraly, it abuts the posterior insular cortex
Idnlx_anat_1005017  +
LabelPerirhinal cortex of rodent of Burwell et al 1995  +
ModifiedDate4 September 2012  +
PMID8773253  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
ParcellationSchemeBurwell, Witter and Amaral (1995) cortical parcellation scheme  +
PartiallyOverlapsWithArea 35  +, Area 36  +, and Perirhinal cortex  +
PublicationLinkhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8773253  +
SpeciesRodent  +
SuperCategoryParcellation scheme parcel  +
SynonymPerirhinal cortex of rodent  +, and rodent perirhinal cortex  +