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Table 1 Human and macaque tissues used in this study

From: Evolution and transition of expression trajectory during human brain development

HumanA1CPrimary auditory cortex
AMYAmygdaloid complex
MDMediodorsal nucleus of thalamus
DFCDorsolateral prefrontal cortex
IPCPosteroventral (inferior) parietal cortex
ITCInferolateral temporal cortex
M1CPrimary motor cortex
ACCAnterior (rostral) cingulate cortex
OFCOrbital frontal cortex
STCPosterior (caudal) superior temporal cortex
V1CPrimary visual cortex
VFCVentrolateral prefrontal cortex
MacaqueHIPCA1or (stratum oriens of CA1)
CA1py (stratum pyramidale of CA1)
CA1ra (stratum radiatum of CA1)
CA2py (stratum pyramidale of CA2)
CA3py (stratum pyramidale of CA3)
DGgr (granular layer of dentate gyrus)
DGpf (polyform layer of dentate gyrus)
DGsg (subgranular zone of dentate gyrus)
STRNAC (nucleus accumbens)
ic (internal capsule)
Pu (putamen)
(Gpe) External segment of globus pallidus
Internal segment of globus pallidus
ACC(rCG2) Layer II of rostral cingulate cortex
(rCG3) Layer III of rostral cingulate cortex
(rCG5) Layer V of rostral cingulate cortex
(rCG6) Layer VI of rostral cingulate cortex
V1C(V1–3) Layer III of V1
(V1–4) Layer IVA of V1
(V1–5) Layer V of V1
AMY(Me) Medial nucleus of amygdaloid
(PL) Paralaminar nucleus
  1. The brain regions marked with bold in human represent that coexist with macaque