The topography, structure and incidence of mineralized bodies in the basal ganglia of the brain of cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis).
作者: Wadsworth P FJones H BCavanagh J B
作者单位: 1ZENECA Pharmaceuticals, Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK.
刊名: Laboratory animals, 1995, Vol.29 (3), pp.276-81
来源数据库: PubMed Journal
原始语种摘要: Whole coronal slices from 6 levels of the brain of 16 cynomolgus monkeys (8 control and 8 treated by daily gavage with a novel pharmaceutical agent for one year) were examined histologically. Mineralized bodies were identified only in coronal sections passing through the optic chiasma and mammillary bodies. Identical mineralized structures were present in the basal ganglia of both control and treated animals. The majority were seen in the globus pallidus, occasionally in the putamen and once in the nearby caudate nucleus. These structures were partially ferruginated and also partially calcified. They appeared to arise in relation to small vessels. They are part of the naturally occurring background pathology of several species of non-human primates and the incidence in this study (3/8...
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关键词翻译
关键词翻译
  • mineralized 矿化
  • ganglia 神经节
  • cynomolgus 猕猴
  • brain 
  • incidence 入射
  • bodies 本斯·琼斯氏体
  • mammillary 乳房状的
  • basal 基部
  • putamen 
  • Macaca 猕猴属