Histochemical tracer

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A histochemical tracer is a compound used to reveal the location of cells and track neuronal projections. A neuronal tracer may be retrograde, anterograde, or work in both directions. A retrograde tracer is taken up in the terminal of the neuron and transported to the cell body, whereas an anterograde tracer moves away from the cell body of the neuron.

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  1. ^ Kreier Felix et al 2006
  2. ^ Kreier Felix et al 2006

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  • Kreier Felix; Kap Yolanda S; Mettenleiter Thomas C; van Heijningen Caroline; van der Vliet Jan; Kalsbeek Andries; Sauerwein Hans P; Fliers Eric; Romijn Johannes A; Buijs Ruud M (2006). "Tracing from fat tissue, liver, and pancreas: a neuroanatomical framework for the role of the brain in type 2 diabetes", Endocrinology, 147(3):1140-7.