bundle of Probst
The term bundle of Probst refers, in the human, to a fiber bundle that is variably present along the medial wall of the cerebral hemisphere in instances where the corpus callosum is absent ( Crosby-1962 ). In the mouse it refers to a fiber bundle found in the reticular formation of the brainstem near the boundary between the medulla and the pons ( Paxinos-2001 ).

Also known as: Probst bundle, Probst's bundleNeuroNames ID : 2322

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