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51 the cell-free region, after which HRP-positive cells were found in these rostral limbic nuclei. It is also supported by data obtained by Krettek and Price (1978a), who demonstrated the transport of isotopically labeled proteins from the amygdaloid nuclei and the subiculum to these putative relay stations. Should these relay stations receive functional verification, the already well recognized amygdalohypothalamic and subiculohypothalamic connections would be largely duplicated. However, these nuclei may form not only simple redundant relays, but may also integrate information from a variety of different sources (which are not linked directly to the NVM), which then proceed to the hypothalamus.
47 Fig. 23A- C. Photomicrographs showing labeld cells in the posteromedial amygdaloid nucleus of animal no. 15. B shows the area enclosed in A at higher magnification. White rectangle in B is seen with high power in C. Inset in A shows the corresponding section from which the micrograph was taken 48 In the central nucleus, sporadic labeling was encountered after the infiltration of the zone between the NA and the NVM. The basomedial nucleus has a significant projec· tion toward the cell-free zone, while the RCA and the central NVM are poorly innervated from this source.
All three structures project to the NVM.
Afferent Connections of the Medial Basal Hypothalamus by Dr. med. habil. László Záborszky (auth.)