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Brain Res. 1985 Jan 28;325(1-2):317-21.

Evidence for the coexistence of glutamate decarboxylase and Met-enkephalin immunoreactivities in axon terminals of rat ventral pallidum.

Abstract

Evidence for the coexistence of glutamate decarboxylase (GAD) and Met-enkephalin (Met-Enk) in axon terminals of ventral pallidum was demonstrated by colocalization of anti-GAD and anti-Met-Enk immunoreactivities in alternate adjacent 1 micron serial sections. Conventional electron microscopy of immunostained ventral pallidum confirmed that the immunoreactive structures were boutons which made predominantly symmetrical synapses on ventral pallidal cell bodies and dendrites.

PMID:
3884089
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