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DATE

1970-03

AUTHORS

H. Braak

ABSTRACT

The three dimensional shape of the raphe nuclei in the human brain stem is studied in serial sections of aldehydefuchsin-stained material. With a new method of selective staining of the lipofuscin granules by aldehydefuchsin it is possible to study sections up to 1,000 μ, thus facilitating the processing of numerous brains. The three dimensional shape of the nuclei is disclosed under the binoculars without time consuming reconstructions.The strongly pigmented nuclei of the raphe are divided into a caudal and an oral group. The first consists of nucleus raphes obscurus, pallidus, and magnus, the latter of nucleus raphes centralis, dorsalis, and linearis. Differences concerning nomenclature and outlines of other authors are discussed. Although each nucleus of the raphe is characterised by its own features, there are nevertheless numerous common traits indicating them to represent a morphological and presumably a functional unit. The similarity of the neurons extends to shape and dimension, distribution of Nissl substance, and amount and stainability of the lipofuscin granules. More... »

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123-141

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00338964

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