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Time of neuron origin in the hippocampal region

Jay Bernard Angevine

Time of neuron origin in the hippocampal region

an autoradiographic study in the mouse.

by Jay Bernard Angevine

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain.,
  • Brain -- Radiography.,
  • Mice.,
  • Brain -- radiography.,
  • Hippocampus -- embryology.,
  • Neurons -- embryology.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesExperimental neurology; supplement -- 2, 1965
    The Physical Object
    Pagination70 p. :
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21035087M

    9 Hippocampal neurons mainly release glutamate or gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). 9 These neuron types are, most of the times, easily identified due to significant differences in . Oliva et al. show that sharp-wave ripple (SPW-R) related activation of CA2 neurons precede those in CA3 and CA1. Deep CA2 cells gradually increase their activity prior to SPW-Rs, establishing the CA2 region as a potential trigger for SPW-R generation.

    On the basis of these data, we conclude that the physiological role of astrocyte Ca 2+ signaling in the s.l. region is to respond to bursts of activity and functionally segregate large areas of neuropil over a time course of seconds. We suggest that the most likely consequence for neuronal circuit activity is increased local blood flow.   This is the best book on the hippocampus that I know of in any of the major European languages. The editors acknowledge the two problems with the book. First the literature is enormous and growing day by day. Indeed, between the time that the book went to the printers and this review, almost 5, more papers have come s:

    The time of origin of neurons in the hippocampal region was determined in a series of rhesus monkeys, each of which had been exposed to a pulse of tritiated thymidine (³H-TdR) at a different time.   The hippocampus is a seahorse-shaped region of the brain that is responsible for learning, emotions, and memory. Like other regions of the brain, it contains many types of neurons that send information to each other by releasing chemicals called neurotransmitters across junctions known as synapses. Identifying all the different neuron types in the hippocampus .


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Time of origin (final cell division) of neurons in the hippocampal region of the mouse cerebral hemisphere was determined by autoradiography. Forty-two animals were injected with thymidine-H 3 at various developmental stages and killed, in most instances, at maturity.

Neuron formation for the entire region begins on the tenth embryonic day; thereafter the neurons in all. Journals & Books; Register Sign in. Sign in Register. Journals & Books select article Time of neuron origin in the hippocampal region: An autoradiographic study in the mouse Time of neuron origin in the hippocampal region: An autoradiographic study in the mouse Pages Download PDF.

Article preview. select article Atlas of. The hippocampus (via Latin from Greek ἱππόκαμπος, "seahorse") is a major component of the brain of humans and other and other mammals have two hippocampi, one in each side of the hippocampus is part of the limbic system, and plays important roles in the consolidation of information from short-term memory to long-term memory, and in spatial MeSH: D Angevine, J.

B., Jr. Time Of Neuron Origin In The Hippocampal Region: An Autoradiographic Study In The Mouse. Experimental Neurology,Supplement 2,1– Google ScholarCited by:   Angevine J.B. of neuron origin in the hippocampal region. An autoradiographic study in the mouse An autoradiographic study in the mouse Exp.

Neurol. (Suppl. 18) (), pp. Cited by: Rakic P, Nowakowski RS. The time of origin of neurons in the hippocampal region of the rhesus monkey. J Comp Neurol. Feb 10; (1)– Schlessinger AR, Cowan WM, Gottlieb DI.

An autoradiographic study of the time of origin and the pattern of granule cell migration in the dentate gyrus of the rat. The time of neuron origin and the spatio-temporal pattern of neuronal distribution in the caudate nucleus and putamen were examined in autoradiograms from 2- to 5- month-old monkeys that were exposed to a single pulse of [3 H]thymidine on various embryonic or early postnatal y labeled neurons, representing cells that entered their last cell division at the time.

Time of neuron origin in the hippocampal region. An autoradiographic study in the mouse. Exp. Neurol. Suppl. Suppl. 2, 1– Angevine J. B., Sidman R. Autoradiographic study of cell migration during histogenesis of cerebral cortex in the mouse.

Nature– /b0. Nowakowski R.S. and Rakic P.,The site of origin and route and rate of migration of neurons to the hippocampal region of the rhesus monkey, J. Comp. Neurol., – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar.

The hippocampus is essential for temporal order memory in humans and animals. • The hippocampus signals the gradually changing temporal context of events. • Hippocampal ‘time cells’ code for sequential moments in experience.

• Time cells depend both on internal hippocampal circuitry and external inputs. The 24 hr survival time allows for the completion of at least one cell cycle by cells in S phase at the time of BrdU injection (Nowakowski et al., ).

Experiment 2 To determine whether cells that incorporate BrdU survive and express the neuronal marker neuron specific enolase (NSE), tree shrews (n = 3) were given a single i.p. injection of. Caviness, V.S., Jr.

Time of neuron origin in the hippocampus and dentate gyrus of normal and reeler mutant mice: an autoradiographic analysis. J Comp. Neurol. – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. Hippocampus, region of the brain that is associated primarily with name hippocampus is derived from the Greek hippokampus (hippos, meaning “horse,” and kampos, meaning “sea monster”), since the structure’s shape resembles that of a sea hippocampus, which is located in the inner (medial) region of the temporal lobe, forms part of.

Altman J, Das GD. Autoradiographic and histological evidence of postnatal hippocampal neurogenesis in rats. J Comp Neurol. – Angevine JB., Jr. Time of neuron origin in the hippocampal region. An autoradiographic study in the mouse. Exp Neurol Suppl.

;(Suppl 2):1– Arnold SE, Talbot K, Hahn CG. The dentate gyrus (DG), is part of the hippocampal formation in the temporal lobe of the brain that includes the hippocampus, and the dentate gyrus is part of the hippocampal trisynaptic circuit and is thought to contribute to the formation of new episodic memories, the spontaneous exploration of novel environments, and other functions.

It is notable as being. In contrast, the CA2 region lead the CA1 SPW trough during SLEEP and even more so during WAKE (Figure 3F; p time lags of all SPW-ripple power cross-correlograms further illustrates the leading role of CA2 and cascade of events to CA1 and CA3a, b, and c (Figure 3F bottom panels).

a, The hippocampal region of the adult human brain immunoperoxidase-stained for the neuronal V.S. Time of neuron origin in the hippocampus and dentate gyrus of.

VADGandS-LIZARD’, P. and LYSER, K.M. Time of origin of Mauthner’s neuron in Xenopus laevis embryos. Developmental Biology, I’ 38, – Google Scholar. Time of neuron origin in the hippocampal region Experimental Neurology, Vol.

11 Intracellular recording of the convergence of input upon neurons in cat association cortex. Chronic epilepsy has been associated with hippocampal abnormalities like neuronal loss, gliosis and granule cell dispersion.

The granule cell layer of a normal human hippocampal dentate gyrus is traditionally regarded as a compact neuron-dense layer. Histopathological studies of surgically resected or autopsied hippocampal samples primarily. Curr Biol – Caviness VS Jr () Time of neuron origin in the hippocampus and dentate gyrus of normal and reeler mutant mice: an autoradio-graphic analysis.

J .Theta oscillations are believed to play an important role in the coordination of neuronal firing in the entorhinal (EC)-hippocampal system but the underlying mechanisms are not known.

We simultaneously recorded from neurons in multiple regions of the EC-hippocampal loop and examined their temporal relationships.

Theta-coordinated synchronous spiking of EC neuronal .Namely, the hippocampus has shown to be structurally and functionally differentiated along the longitudinal and transverse axes.

In the rodent brain, the dorsal (septal) hippocampus is involved in cognition, learning, and memory, while the ventral (temporal) hippocampus contributes to regulation of emotion, mood, and anxiety.