Axons and brain architecture /

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Imprint:Amsterdam : Elsevier Science, ©2016.
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Neural circuitry.
Brain mapping.
Neural networks (Neurobiology)
MEDICAL -- Physiology.
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Human Anatomy & Physiology.
Brain mapping.
Neural circuitry.
Neural networks (Neurobiology)
Electronic books.
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Other authors / contributors:Rockland, Kathleen Linda Skiba, 1947- editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and idnex.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 15, 2015).
Other form:Print version: Axons and brain architecture. Amsterdam : Elsevier Science, ©2016 9780128013939 0128013931
Table of Contents:
  • Front Cover; Axons and Brain Architecture; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; I.1 Early History; I.2 From 1970s: The Age of Technical Advances; I.2.1 Tracer Injections; I.2.2 Single Axon Visualization; I.3 Axonal Phenotypes in Neuroanatomy; I.4 Axonal Subdomains; I.5 Outlook; Readings; I. Microcircuitry; Overview; 1 Axonal Projection of Olfactory Bulb Tufted and Mitral Cells to Olfactory Cortex; 1.1 Tufted Cells and Mitral Cells are Projection Neurons in the Olfactory Bulb, Conveying Odor Information to the Olfactory ...
  • 1.2 Glomerular Modules in the Olfactory Bulb1.2.1 Glomerular Convergence of Olfactory Axons; 1.2.2 Odorant Receptor Maps in the Main Olfactory Bulb; 1.2.3 Each Glomerular Module Contains Several Subtypes of Projection Neurons; 1.3 Dendrodendritic Reciprocal Synaptic Interactions Between Projection Neurons and Granule Cells in the Olfactory Bulb; 1.3.1 Tufted Cell Circuits and Mitral Cell Circuits in the Olfactory Bulb; 1.3.2 Odor Inhalation-Induced Gamma Oscillations; 1.3.3 Sniff-Paced Fast and Slow Gamma Oscillations.
  • 1.3.4 Signal Timing of Tufted Cells and Mitral Cells in Reference to the Respiration Phase1.4 Total Visualization of Axonal Arborization of Individual Functionally Characterized Tufted and Mitral Cells; 1.4.1 Methodological Considerations; 1.4.2 Intrinsic Signal Imaging and Juxtacellular Recordings; 1.4.3 Juxtacellualr Labeling; 1.4.4 Histochemistry; 1.4.5 3D Reconstruction; 1.5 Axonal Projection of Tufted Cells and Mitral Cells to the Olfactory Cortex; 1.5.1 Comparison Between Tufted Cells and Mitral Cells.
  • 1.5.2 Distinct Pattern of Axonal Projection of Tufted Cells and Mitral Cells May Relate to Their Functional Differentiation1.5.3 Axons of Tufted Cells and Mitral Cells Form Synaptic Terminals in the Most Superficial Layer of the Olfactory Cortex; 1.6 Gamma Oscillation Coupling Between Olfactory Bulb and Olfactory Cortex; 1.7 Tufted Cells May Provide Specificity-Projecting Circuits Whereas Mitral Cells Give Rise to Dispersedly Projecting "Bind ... ; 1.8 Olfactory Bulbo-Cortico-Bulbar Networks; 1.9 Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References.
  • 2 The Primate Basal Ganglia Connectome As Revealed By Single-Axon Tracing2.1 Overview of Basal Ganglia Organization; 2.2 Experimental Procedures; 2.3 Corticostriatal Projections; 2.4 Thalamostriatal Projections; 2.5 Striatofugal Projections; 2.6 Pallidofugal Projections; 2.6.1 From the External Pallidum; 2.6.2 From the Internal Pallidum; 2.7 Subthalamofugal Projections; 2.8 Basal Ganglia Connectome and Neurodegenerative Diseases; 2.8.1 Abbreviations; References; 3 Comparative Analysis of the Axonal Collateralization Patterns of Basal Ganglia Output Nuclei in the Rat; 3.1 Introduction.