area 25
Acronym: 25
The term area 25 refers to a part of anterior cingulate cortex identified architectonically by multiple stains in the human, macaque, rat and mouse ( Vogt-2013 ). In the human it is located in the subcallosal gyrus ventral to the genu of the corpus callosum. Defined by multiple criteria including fMRI, it is bounded rostrally by area 24a, area s32 and area 10v and caudally by the paraterminal gyrus and lamina terminalis ( Glasser-2016 ).
     In the macaque it is located similarly ventral to the genu of the corpus callosum, but its relation to other cortical areas is somewhat different. Its only neighbor is area 24o, which lies rostrodorsal to it.
     In the rat and mouse it is located rostral to the genu of the corpus callosum, where it is bounded dorsally by area 24a and area s32 (v32 in Vogt-2013 ).

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