Intraretrosplenial grafts of cholinergic neurons and spatial memory function

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (1):61-62 (1995)
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Abstract

The transplantation of cholinergic neurons into the hippocampal formation has been well characterized. We describe our studies on the effects of cholinergic transplants in the retrosplenial cortex. These transplants were capable of ameliorating spatial navigation deficits in rats with septohippocampal lesions. In addition, we provide evidence for the modulation of transplanted neurons by the host brain.

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