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|Adult mouse taste bud, labeled with anti-cytokeratin 8 (red) and anti-neurofilament 150 (green).|
|Cross section of a peripheral sensory nerve viewed with transmission electron microscopy.|
|Distribution of geniculate ganglion cells following DiI-labeling of the taste nerve innervating the front of the tongue (chorda tympani CT , red) and the taste nerve innervating the soft palate (greater superficial petrosal GSP, green).|
Mouse embryo tongue nerve fibers of the chorda tympani (red, DiI-labeled) innervate individual fungiform papillae (visualized with SEM).
|An embryonic 18.5 day old fungiform papilla.|
|A touch receptor in back skin containing Merkel cells, labeled with anti-cytokeratin 20 (red) and anti-neurofilament (green).|
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