telencephalic


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tel·en·ce·phal·ic

(tel'en-se-fal'ik),
Relating to the telencephalon or endbrain.

tel·en·ce·phal·ic

(tel'en-se-fal'ik)
Relating to the telencephalon or endbrain.

telencephalic

(tĕl″ĕn-sĕf-ăl′ĭk) [Gr. telos, end, + enkephalos, brain]
Pert. to the endbrain (telencephalon).
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Figure 4 indicates the right telencephalic hemisphere, a parasagittal cresyl violet-stained section taken from the level illustrated by the dotted line over the pink hemisphere, and the systematic and random sampling approach for counting cells.
After PTZ-induced seizure, telencephalic tissue was homogenized and AIP levels were measured relative to vehicle-treated controls.
Peterson, "The flat-top gene is required for the expansion and regionalization of the telencephalic primordium," Development, vol.
MO knockdown of ZF [gamma]1 protected telencephalic and diencephalic aminergic neurons from ziram's toxicity (Figure 6a,b).
Nucleus rotundus receives fibers from the optic tectum and relays to the telencephalic ectopallium.
There were also neurones located in the dorsal telencephalon that will eventually give rise to the anterior dorsal telencephalic (ADt) population (Figure 2(a), arrow).
Kriz, "Synaptopodin: an actin-associated protein in telencephalic dendrites and renal podocytes," Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Agenesis the corpus callosum (ACQ) designates a group of malformations that range in severity from minor degrees of deficiency of the splenium to total failure of formation of the telencephalic commissunes [1,2].
The right telencephalic hemisphere was slightly larger than the left.