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[7] Organophosphate induced delayed neuropathy is a rare neurodegenerative disorder which develops due to the loss of function of distal parts of motor and sensory axons in both peripheral nerves, and ascending, descending tracts of spinal cord.
C and D, Descending tracts and most of the pontocerebellar connections are not displayed in Zika-infected brain (C) (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X8 [A and B]; nonphosphorylated neurofilament [SMI32, Covance, Princeton, New Jersey], original magnification X8 [C and D]).
Convergence on propriospinal neurones transmitting disynaptic excitation from the corticospinal tract and other descending tracts," Experimental Brain Research, vol.