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Neurons with Perineuronal Sulfated Proteoglycans in the Mouse Brain and Spinal Cord: Their Distribution and Reactions to Lectin vicia villosa Agglutinin and Golgi's Silver Nitrate
Archives of histology and cytology
This study demonstrates that many neurons in the somatosensory cortex, cingulate cortex, retrosplenial cortex and hippocampal subiculum of the mouse brain are covered by sulfated proteoglycans which are intensely negative-charged and stained with cationic iron colloid, while being digested with hyaluronidase. Neurons with similar perineuronal proteoglycans are also recognized in the extrapyramidal system (superior colliculus, red nucleus, reticular formation, vestibular nuclei and cerebellardoi:10.1679/aohc.59.219 pmid:8874754 fatcat:bz2fd5dvercidmp4hcoyvqnmdu