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English: LSCM serial section reconstruction of two dPSB connected groups. The first part of this video shows a 360° rotation, beginning with a posterior view, of the maximum intensity projection (MIP) volume rendering of an LSCM serial section reconstruction (sections #122–127; voxel size 0,13×0,13×1 µm) encompassing a cuboid volume of the dorso-lateral striatum (base: 240×240 µm). In this volume the lateral part of the dPSB and part of two dPSB connected groups (blue and cyan of Fig. 3D) are shown. In the second part of the video tracings of the dPSB chains and of the two dPSB connected groups, obtained with neuronstudio, are shown. Note the complete absence of clustered DCX+ cells in these groups.
Source Video S1 from Luzzati F, De Marchis S, Parlato R, Gribaudo S, Schütz G, Fasolo A, Peretto P (2011). "New Striatal Neurons in a Mouse Model of Progressive Striatal Degeneration Are Generated in both the Subventricular Zone and the Striatal Parenchyma". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0025088. PMID 21980380. PMC: 3184103.
Author Luzzati F, De Marchis S, Parlato R, Gribaudo S, Schütz G, Fasolo A, Peretto P
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