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trhxenopus amygdala 

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Zoeller RT and Conway KM (1989) Assay

Neurons expressing thyrotropin-releasing hormone-like messenger ribonucleic acid are widely distributed in Xenopus laevis brain.

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trh.L laevis NF stage 66 amygdala

  FIG. 1. Bright field (A) and pseudo-darktield (B-D) micrographs of the in situ hybridization signal in Xenopus brain. (A) The signal appears as clusters of dark silver grains over individual cells (solid arrows) with a high signal-to-noise ratio (compare labeled cells with unlabeled cells, open arrows). Inset is fourfold magnification of that indicated in the box and illustrates cellular resolution of the signal. (B-D) The autoradiographic signal in these pseudo-da&field micrographs appears as white clusters of grains over individual cells that exhibit a distinct topography. The background appears higher than actual due to tissue reflectance (compare A with B-D). Lettering refers to adjacent labeled cells. Al, amygdala, pars lateralis; Am, amygdala, pars medialis; NAS, nucleus accumbens septi; NEP, nucleus entopeduncularis; NMS, nucleus medialis septi; NPO, nucleus preopticus; STv, striaturn, pars ventralis. 67x.