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Fig. 2 | BMC Neuroscience

Fig. 2

From: Localization of phosphotyrosine adaptor protein ShcD/SHC4 in the adult rat central nervous system

Fig. 2

Distribution of ShcD compared with ShcB and ShcC in the rat olfactory bulb. Low-power (A) and high power (B, E) photomicrographs of transverse (coronal) sections show intense ShcD immunoreactive axons and terminals in the glomeruli (glm) and olfactory nerve layer (onl). ShcD positive staining is also detected within the granule cell layer (gcl), mitral cell layer (mcl; see arrows in A), and in tufted cells of the external plexiform layer (epl; see arrows in B and E). Little or no ShcB (C, F) or ShcC (D, G) staining is apparent in olfactory sensory neurons, though weak signal for ShcC can be detected in the somata and dendrites of interneurons located in the periglomerular region (see arrows in G). inner plexiform layer (ipl). Scale bars: A = 2 mm, BD = 200 μm, EG = 80 μm

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