area s32
Acronym: s32
The term area s32 refers to one of three subdivisions of area 32o in the human and one of two in the macaque, rat and mouse ( Vogt-2013 ). Defined by internal structure, its location is rostral to the corpus callosum. In the human it is located in the subcallosal gyrus caudoventral to area p32. It is otherwise bounded dorsally by area 25 and area 24ab, and ventrally by area 10 or 14. Defined by multiple criteria, it is fMRI-deactivated in CUE-AVG tasks ( Glasser-2016 ).
     In the macaque it is one of two subdivisions of area 32o. The other is area p32. Located more rostrally than in the human, it is bounded dorsally by area 24ab ( Vogt-2013 ) and ventrally by area 10 ( Ongur-2003 ). The macaque does not have an area d32..
     In the rat and mouse it is located in the medial orbital area, infralimbic area and ventral prelimbic area ( Swanson-2004; Hof-2000 ). The rodent, like the macaque, lacks an area d32 ( Vogt-2014 ).

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