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Cerebral Serotonergic Posterior (CeSP) cluster is a group of 5 serotonergic neurons in Tritonia, Melibe, and other nudibranchs.[[Image:SerotoninImmunoDSI.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Serotonin immunohistochemistry shows the locations of the DSIs (circled).]]
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Cerebral Serotonergic Posterior (''Ce''SP) cluster is a group of 5 serotonergic neurons in [[Tritonia]], [[Melibe]], and other nudibranchs.[[Image:SerotoninImmunoDSI.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Serotonin immunohistochemistry shows the locations of the [[DSI]]s (circled).]]
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''Ce''SP-A refers to three of the 5 neurons in this cluster that have an axon that projects to the contralateral pedal ganglion.  The Dorsal Swim Interneuron ([[DSI]]) is an example of a CeSP-A.

Revision as of 01:18, 21 January 2008

Cerebral Serotonergic Posterior (CeSP) cluster is a group of 5 serotonergic neurons in Tritonia, Melibe, and other nudibranchs.

Serotonin immunohistochemistry shows the locations of the DSIs (circled).

CeSP-A refers to three of the 5 neurons in this cluster that have an axon that projects to the contralateral pedal ganglion. The Dorsal Swim Interneuron (DSI) is an example of a CeSP-A.