1998
DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1097-0185(199811)252:3<393::aid-ar7>3.3.co;2-k View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The accessory olfactory bulb (AOB) is a primary center of the vomeronasal system. In the dog, the position and morphology of the AOB remained vague for a long time. Recently, the morphological characteristics of the dog AOB were demonstrated by means of lectin-histochemical, histological, and immunohistochemical staining, although the distribution of each kind of neuron, especially granule cells, remains controversial in the dog AOB. In the present study, we examined the distribution of neuronal elements in th… Show more

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“…Specifically, PGP is expressed in rodent (Johnson et al, 1994) and canine (Dennis et al, 2003) VNNE as well as rodent, canine, and marmoset accessory olfactory bulb (Taniguchi et al, 1993;Johnson et al, 1994;Nakajima et al, 1998aNakajima et al, , 1998bNakajima et al, , 2003. OMP is a phylogenetically highly conserved cytoplasmic protein expressed by mature olfactory chemosensory neurons of the MOE and VNO (Margolis, 1972(Margolis, , 1980Farbman and Margolis, 1980).…”
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“…Specifically, PGP is expressed in rodent (Johnson et al, 1994) and canine (Dennis et al, 2003) VNNE as well as rodent, canine, and marmoset accessory olfactory bulb (Taniguchi et al, 1993;Johnson et al, 1994;Nakajima et al, 1998aNakajima et al, , 1998bNakajima et al, , 2003. OMP is a phylogenetically highly conserved cytoplasmic protein expressed by mature olfactory chemosensory neurons of the MOE and VNO (Margolis, 1972(Margolis, , 1980Farbman and Margolis, 1980).…”
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“…In the common marmoset AOB, the distribution of granule cells also remained unclear [19]. Since it has been documented that NADPH-diaphorase is localized in the granule cells in various animals [1,3,10,15,16], we conjectured that NADPH-diaphorase staining could reveal the distribution of the granule cells in the common marmoset AOB. In the present study, we observed that the granule cells were distributed under the MTL.…”
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“…Salazar et al [18] tried to demonstrate the distribution of the mitral/tufted cells using monoclonal antibody for neuron specific enolase and neurofilaments but failed to detect the immunoreactivity for these markers in the mitral/tufted cells. On the other hand, we succeeded to demonstrate the mitral/tufted cells of the dog AOB using antibody for PGP 9.5 [15]. PGP 9.5 corresponds to ubiquitin carboxyl terminal hydrolase [5,25].…”
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“…By the way, the primary olfactory center is the olfactory bulb (OB). The OB is subdivided into the main olfactory bulb (MOB) and the accessory olfactory bulb (AOB) in several species [58,61,87]. In this case, the MOB receives projections from the OE, and the AOB from the VNO [4,5,32,62,79,87,97].…”
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