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Structural bases for neurophysiological investigations of amygdaloid complex of the brain.

Kalimullina LB, Kalkamanov KhA, Akhmadeev AV, Zakharov VP, Sharafullin IF - Sci Rep (2015)

Bottom Line: We worked out, with the help of mathematic modelling of the pattern recognition theory, principles for organization of neurophysiological and neuromorphological studies of Am nuclei, which take into account the existing heterogeneity of its formations and optimize, to a great extent, the protocol for carrying out of such investigations.The given scheme of studies of Am's structural-functional organization at its highly-informative sections can be used as a guide for precise placement of electrodes', cannulae's and microsensors into particular Am nucleus in the brain with the registration not only the nucleus itself, but also its extensions.This information is also important for defining the number of slices covering specific Am nuclei which must be investigated to reveal the physiological role of a particular part of amygdaloid complex.

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Affiliation: Bashkir State University, Department of Physiology, Ufa, 450076, Russia.

ABSTRACT
Amygdala (Am) as a part of limbic system of the brain defines such important functions as adaptive behavior of animals, formation of emotions and memory, regulation of endocrine and visceral functions. We worked out, with the help of mathematic modelling of the pattern recognition theory, principles for organization of neurophysiological and neuromorphological studies of Am nuclei, which take into account the existing heterogeneity of its formations and optimize, to a great extent, the protocol for carrying out of such investigations. The given scheme of studies of Am's structural-functional organization at its highly-informative sections can be used as a guide for precise placement of electrodes', cannulae's and microsensors into particular Am nucleus in the brain with the registration not only the nucleus itself, but also its extensions. This information is also important for defining the number of slices covering specific Am nuclei which must be investigated to reveal the physiological role of a particular part of amygdaloid complex.

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The highly-informative sections of rat’s amygdala (on the basis of pattern recognition theory).Please see Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
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f1: The highly-informative sections of rat’s amygdala (on the basis of pattern recognition theory).Please see Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

Mentions: Microphoto of highly-informative Am sections are given in Fig. 1 (list of areas given in Tables 3,4). The use of highly-informative sections of this Am series while fulfilling morphological control of neurophysiological investigations gives the possibility to easily define the topography of a particular nucleus influence on Am even without thorough knowledge of its structure. Furthermore, by determining volume specialization of different nuclei of Am, these data provide guideline for accurate placement of electrodes and sensors into particular parts of Am.


Structural bases for neurophysiological investigations of amygdaloid complex of the brain.

Kalimullina LB, Kalkamanov KhA, Akhmadeev AV, Zakharov VP, Sharafullin IF - Sci Rep (2015)

The highly-informative sections of rat’s amygdala (on the basis of pattern recognition theory).Please see Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4660295&req=5

f1: The highly-informative sections of rat’s amygdala (on the basis of pattern recognition theory).Please see Tables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Mentions: Microphoto of highly-informative Am sections are given in Fig. 1 (list of areas given in Tables 3,4). The use of highly-informative sections of this Am series while fulfilling morphological control of neurophysiological investigations gives the possibility to easily define the topography of a particular nucleus influence on Am even without thorough knowledge of its structure. Furthermore, by determining volume specialization of different nuclei of Am, these data provide guideline for accurate placement of electrodes and sensors into particular parts of Am.

Bottom Line: We worked out, with the help of mathematic modelling of the pattern recognition theory, principles for organization of neurophysiological and neuromorphological studies of Am nuclei, which take into account the existing heterogeneity of its formations and optimize, to a great extent, the protocol for carrying out of such investigations.The given scheme of studies of Am's structural-functional organization at its highly-informative sections can be used as a guide for precise placement of electrodes', cannulae's and microsensors into particular Am nucleus in the brain with the registration not only the nucleus itself, but also its extensions.This information is also important for defining the number of slices covering specific Am nuclei which must be investigated to reveal the physiological role of a particular part of amygdaloid complex.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Bashkir State University, Department of Physiology, Ufa, 450076, Russia.

ABSTRACT
Amygdala (Am) as a part of limbic system of the brain defines such important functions as adaptive behavior of animals, formation of emotions and memory, regulation of endocrine and visceral functions. We worked out, with the help of mathematic modelling of the pattern recognition theory, principles for organization of neurophysiological and neuromorphological studies of Am nuclei, which take into account the existing heterogeneity of its formations and optimize, to a great extent, the protocol for carrying out of such investigations. The given scheme of studies of Am's structural-functional organization at its highly-informative sections can be used as a guide for precise placement of electrodes', cannulae's and microsensors into particular Am nucleus in the brain with the registration not only the nucleus itself, but also its extensions. This information is also important for defining the number of slices covering specific Am nuclei which must be investigated to reveal the physiological role of a particular part of amygdaloid complex.

No MeSH data available.