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From the beginning of our century on, several authors reported upon intraependymal cells in the brain an spinal cord that form intraventricular protrusions detectable by silver impregnations (Tretjakoff, 1909, 1913; Franz, 1912; Kolmer, 1921; Agduhr, 1922). Later, these investigations became scarce. They remained unnoticed and unconfirmed up to the era when the use of electron microscopy gave new stimuli for ultrastructural as well as conventional light microscopic research in the ventricular wall.
KeywordsNeuron Group Acetylthiocholine Iodide Nucleus Lateralis Tuberis Dendrite Ending Dendrite Terminal
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