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Synonyms for cytoarchitectonic

of or relating to cytoarchitecture

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This hypothesis is supported by the fact that Mid-Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex is comprised of cytoarchitectonic areas 9, 46 which are richly interconnected with regions in the brain implicated in mood, motivation and arousal such as the striatum, thalamus and the anterior cingulate cortex.
The anatomical tool will allow for three-dimensional cytoarchitectonic mapping of the human brain and serve as an atlas for small cellular circuit data, or single layers or sublayers of the cerebral cortex, explained the researchers.
The introductory chapter covers materials and methods and how to read the illustrations; the next chapter presents the cytoarchitectonic and chemoarchitectonic organization of cortical and subcortical areas, and sources and references.
Moreover, the two functional and cytoarchitectonic compartments of the striatum, the striosomes and matrix, have different vulnerabilities to methamphetamine.
The present paper reports age-related cytoarchitectonic differences of Purkinje cells in a more advanced mammalian model.
It is well known that the similarities between the primates are not only anatomic but cytoarchitectonic and neuroendocrinological as well as from the neurobiochemical points of view [11, 21, 22].
Today, 50-100 separate cytoarchitectonic areas can be differentiated.
Mohlberg et al., "A new SPM toolbox for combining probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps and functional imaging data," NeuroImage, vol.
Price [22] analyzed neural data for nine major language functions, including auditory speech processing of sounds (speech and nonspeech); phonological processing; speech comprehension (semantic and syntactic); word retrieval; covert articulatory planning, overt articulation; auditory and motor feedback in speech production; visual word processing; and orthography-phonology mapping, parcellated into 36 cytoarchitectonic regions (see Figure 2).