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Corticonuclear and corticovestibular projections from the uvula in the albino rat differential projections from sublobuli of the uvula



Corticonuclear and corticovestibular projections from the uvula in the albino rat differential projections from sublobuli of the uvula



Brain Research 492(1-2): 176-186



The organization of the corticonuclear and corticovestibular projections from the uvula was investigated in the albino rat by an autoradiographic method. The corticonuclear fibers from sublobule a of the uvula terminated in the caudoventral part of the medial cerebellar nucleus, and the caudomedial part of the posterior interpositus nucleus with mediolateral topography. The medial and lateral portions fo the sublobule projected to the medial cerebellar and posterior interpositus nuclei, respectively. The corticovestibular fibers from sublobule a terminated in the dorsal and rostral parts of the superior vestibular nucleus, the dorsal part of the lateral vestibular nucleus, and the caudomedial part of the spinal vestibular nucleus. However, the corticonuclear fibers from sublobuli b and c of the uvula terminated additionally in the ventromedial part of the lateral cerebellar nucleus, while the corticovestibular fibers from these sublobuli terminated additionally in the subnucleus y of the vestibular complex, with probable termination in the medial vestibular nucleus. The cortical region which sent efferent projections to the ventromedial part of the lateral cerebellar nucleus and the subnucleus y was located laterally in sublobuli b and c of the uvula. These differential projection patterns from the dorsal and ventral sublobuli suggest the difference of the functional correlates between the sublobuli in the uvula.

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DOI: 10.1016/0006-8993(89)90900-1


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