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FIGURE 4–2. Low-power darkfield photomicrograph of a coronal section through macaque monkey brain processed for dopamine transporter (DAT) immunoreactivity.

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FIGURE 4–2. Low-power darkfield photomicrograph of a coronal section through macaque monkey brain processed for dopamine transporter (DAT) immunoreactivity.Consistent with its localization to dopaminergic structures, intense DAT immunoreactivity (DAT-IR) is evident in the substantia nigra pars compacta (SNc) and pars reticulata (SNr), as well as in the nigrostriatal projection to the caudate (Cd) and putamen (Pt) nuclei. Also note the marked differences in density of DAT-IR axons across the cortical regions on this section. DAT-IR axons are also present in areas not traditionally thought to contain DA axons, such as the dentate gyrus (DG) and the thalamus (Th). Scale bar = 2.0 mm. CgS = cingulate sulcus; CS = central sulcus; DA = dopamine; LS = lateral sulcus; STS = superior temporal sulcus.Source. Reprinted from Lewis DA, Melchitzky DS, Sesack SR, et al: "Dopamine Transporter Immunoreactivity in Monkey Cerebral Cortex: Regional, Laminar and Ultrastructural Localization." Journal of Comparative Neurology 432:119–138, 2001. Copyright 2001, Wiley. Used with permission.

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