What does PAC stand for?
PAC stands for pleural-abdominal connectives
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Here we examined the mechanisms of this differential lateralization. We first isolated the modulatory pathway responsible for the induction of contralateral dishabituation by making selective nerve cuts. We found that an intact pleural-abdominal connective.
CC2 is a monopolar neuron that sends its axon to the ipsilateral cerebral-pleural connective. A main branch continues down into the abdominal ganglion via the pleural-abdominal connective. Another branch goes to the ipsilateral pedal ganglion and then travels to the contralateral pedal ganglion via the pedal-pedal commissure (Fig. 1 A). CC3 is a bipolar neuron that sends one axon to the ipsilateral cerebral-pleural connective and the other to the contralateral cerebral-pleural connective (Fig.
Fine immunopositive fibres began to invade the crush region within 5 days. These fibres arborized in the crush region and gradually extended down the crushed nerve. Immunopositive fibres were found near the tail within 3 weeks. Similar results were obtained after injecting individual sensory neurone somata in the tail/p9 region of the VC cluster with biocytin. Biocytin injections and horseradish peroxidase injections 3 weeks after ipsilateral pedal nerve crush revealed new fibres projecting rostrally from the tail/p9 region of the VC cluster and entering the pleural-cerebral and pleural-abdominal connectives.