ISSN 1062-3604, Russian Journal of Developmental Biology, 2007, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 258–264. © Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2007. Original Russian Text © 2007, published in Ontogenez, 2007, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 313–320. Abstracts of Papers at the Conference of Young Scientists, Kol’tsov Institute of Developmental Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences (November 29, 2006) E-mail: email@example.com DOI: 10.1134/S1062360407040108 Formation of Mammillary Body Connections during Perinatal Development in Rats E. V. Alpeeva and I. G. Makarenko Group of Optical Methods of Investigation Mammillary bodies (MB) located in the ventral part cell bodies and nerve ﬁbers containing ﬂuorescent label of posterior hypothalamus are an essential component were visualized in the brain. The mammillotegmental of the Papez circuit, which is ensured their many con- tract was visualized already on E14.5. nections with the brain limbic structures. Large myelin- The mammillothalamic tract, whose axons are col- ized efferent tracts were described in detail, in adult laterals of the mammillotegmental tract axons, began to rodents: mammillothalamic and mammillotegmental. develop later and on E21 approached the anterior group Fibers of the midbrain roof nuclei, which innervate of thalamic nuclei, where the ﬁrst labeled terminals MBs, form a mammillary peduncle. Afferent and effer- were visualized.
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