Dopamine [Handbook of Chemical Neuroanatomy by S. Dunnett, et al.

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Proceeding caudally, the ventral tier of the SNc splits into two parts, one subjacent to the cells of the dorsal tier and the other comprising the dopaminergic neurons located within the SNr. These caudal dopaminergic neurons are also well evident in the mouse (Fig. 8). 2). 2). 5. 1. Dendrodendritic synaptic contacts It is now well ascertained that dendrites are capable of propagating action potentials not only in distal to proximal direction, but also in the reverse direction by back-propagation after initiation at the cell body (Ludwig and Pittman, 2003).

Liang et al. (1996) for data in the mouse) and to neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease (see Lewis and Sesak, 1997). , 1994), in which the DA neurons degenerate spontaneously. 1). Dopaminergic cells (identified with TH immunoreactivity) of the VTA, SNc, SNl, and of the caudal portion of the SNr contain calretinin (Rogers, 1992; Isaacs and Jacobowitz, 1994). In the rat, about 50% of midbrain dopaminergic neurons exhibit calretinin immunoreactivity. It is interesting to note that, in contrast to calbindin, calretinin is found in neurons of both the dorsal and ventral tiers.

Liang et al. (1996) for data in the mouse) and to neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease (see Lewis and Sesak, 1997). , 1994), in which the DA neurons degenerate spontaneously. 1). Dopaminergic cells (identified with TH immunoreactivity) of the VTA, SNc, SNl, and of the caudal portion of the SNr contain calretinin (Rogers, 1992; Isaacs and Jacobowitz, 1994). In the rat, about 50% of midbrain dopaminergic neurons exhibit calretinin immunoreactivity. It is interesting to note that, in contrast to calbindin, calretinin is found in neurons of both the dorsal and ventral tiers.

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