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FosB immuno-staining in the striatum.

By Satoru M. Sato (349079), Anne Marie Wissman (170971), Andrew F. McCollum (349080) and Catherine S. Woolley (349081)


<p>Representative low magnification photomicrographs of striatal sections immuno-stained for FosB (5G4) from a saline- (A) and cocaine- (B) treated rat; sections were counter-stained with cresyl violet. C) Higher magnification photomicrograph from the dorsal striatum of a cocaine treated rat. FosB-IR nuclei of varying staining intensities that are in focus are indicated by arrows (dark = black arrow, medium = gray arrow, and light = white arrow); several cresyl violet-stained cells that are FosB-negative are indicated by open triangles. Scale bars: 100 µm for A and B, 10 µm for C.</p

Topics: Neuroscience, Physiology, Chemistry, Mental Health, immuno-staining
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0021783.g003
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