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Nucleus interstitialis stria terminals This nucleus is the site of many converging peptide fibres and terminals. Thus, rather dense networks of SOM terminals are seen in the medial aspect of this nucleus, adjacent to the arch of the fornix. High densities of SP and some TRH terminals can be localised within this nucleus and an enkephalin terminal field is found in the most lateral aspect, adjacent to the internal capsule. In this lateral area, SOM- and ENK-containing cell bodies are found. The nucleus also contains SP cell bodies.
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Centrally Acting Peptides by J. Hughes Ph.D. (eds.)