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Category:Substantia innominata
Abbrev SI  +
Created 5 October 2006  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition A predominantly gray matter structure of t A predominantly gray matter structure of the basal telencephalon defined on the basis of Nissl stain. Caudal to the anterior commissure it lies deep to the globus pallidus and dorsal to the amygdala. Rostral to the anterior commissure it lies deep to the striatum. The more rostral portion contains the basal forebrain nucleus ( Anthoney-1994 ). In the late twentieth century the region containing the substantia innominata was resegmented on the basis of neurochemistry and connectivity to constitute the striatopallidal system ( Heimer-1995 ). In this scheme the caudal portion of substantia innominata is located largely in the ventral pallidum and the rostral portion in the ventral striatum. (from Brain Info) in the ventral striatum. (from Brain Info)
EditorialNote UMLS includes the following synonyms not listed in NeuroNames: substantia innominata of meynert, substantia innominata of reichert, substantia innominata of reil
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. PONS brain region  +
Id birnlex_915  +
Is part of Basal forebrain +, Telencephalon +
Label Substantia innominata  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 22 February 2012 22:14:34  +
ModifiedDate 22 February 2012  +
NeuronamesLink http://braininfo.rprc.washington.edu/Scripts/hiercentraldirectory.aspx?ID=256  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. PONS brain region  +
SuperCategory Regional part of brain  +
Umlscui C0038589  +
Categories Regional part of brain
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111697 + About
Basal nucleus + Is part of
Amygdala basolateral nuclear complex nonpyramidal SOM neuron +, Amygdala lateral central nucleus medium spiny neuron + LocationOfAxonArborization
Substantia innominata of ABA 2009 + PartiallyOverlapsWith
 

 

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