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Comparative studies on the distribution of monoamine oxidase and succinic dehydrogenase in vertebrates forebrain

, : Comparative studies on the distribution of monoamine oxidase and succinic dehydrogenase in vertebrates forebrain. Symposium on phylogenesis and ontogenesis of the forebrain, 15-19, August, 1965, Frankfurt and Sprendlingen, West Ger 271-275

Monoamine oxidase activity and succinic dehydrogenase activity are studied in vertebrates forebrain by histochemical methods from the phylo-genetical point of view. Monoamine oxidase activity is recognizable relatively intense and clear in the visceral areas, the hypothalamus, preoptic area, septal area and hippocampus; although the reaction of the hippocampus is variable according to species. The older parts of the striatum show relatively strong reaction of monoamine oxidase. In contrast to the distribution pattern of monoamine oxidase the activity of succinic dehydrogenase is generally relatively intense in most of the somatic areas. The activities of monoamine oxidase and of succinic dehydrogenase is weak in amphibia, which are in the most primitive stage of the metabolic evolution. Birds show the most distinct reactions of both enzymes in all classes observed.


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