Differential labelling of primary olfactory system subcomponents by SBA (lectin) and NADPH-d histochemistry in the frog Pipa

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Abstract

SBA and NADPH-d histochemistries allow identification of functionally distinct components of the amphibian primary olfactory system. In Pipa, a secondarily aquatic frog, combination of both methodologies, using alternate sets of histological sections, reveals that, apart from Jacobson's organ, this species has a 'water-nose' and an 'air-nose'. The epithelia occupy separate chambers of the olfactory organ and give rise to olfactory nerve fiber bundles that are identified by the dual staining procedure.

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Meyer, D. L., Fackler, I. R., Jadhao, A. G., D’Aniello, B., & Kicliter, E. (1997). Differential labelling of primary olfactory system subcomponents by SBA (lectin) and NADPH-d histochemistry in the frog Pipa. Brain Research, 762(1–2), 275–280. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0006-8993(97)00507-6

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