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Entorhinal cortex layer 2

Name: Entorhinal cortex layer 2
Description: Layer of the entorhinal cortex lying superficial to layer 3 and deep to layer 1. It is characterized by medium-to large sized stellate cells that are grouped into prominent clusters, particularly in the rostral entorhinal cortex (Adapted from Paxinos, G. The rat central nervous system, 2nd ed, Academic Press, San Diego, 1995, pg. 474)
Synonym(s): layer 2 of entorhinal cortex, layer II of entorhinal cortex, entorhinal cortex layer II
Abbreviation: EC layer 2
Is part of: Entorhinal cortex
Super-category: Cell layer
*Id: nlx_anat_090821
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AbbrevEC layer 2  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionLayer of the entorhinal cortex lying super Layer of the entorhinal cortex lying superficial to layer 3 and deep to layer 1. It is characterized by medium-to large sized stellate cells that are grouped into prominent clusters, particularly in the rostral entorhinal cortex (Adapted from Paxinos, G. The rat central nervous system, 2nd ed, Academic Press, San Diego, 1995, pg. 474) Academic Press, San Diego, 1995, pg. 474)
Idnlx_anat_090821  +
Is part ofEntorhinal cortex  +
LabelEntorhinal cortex layer 2  +
ModifiedDate23 July 2012  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
SuperCategoryCell layer  +
Synonymlayer 2 of entorhinal cortex  +, layer II of entorhinal cortex  +, and entorhinal cortex layer II  +