Andrew J Chung

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To the Editor: Neuroscientists measure the tree-like structures of neurons in order to better understand how neural circuits are constructed and how neural information is processed. In 1953, Donald Sholl published his well-known technique for quantitative analysis of the complex arbors of dendrites and axons1, but conventional methods still require(More)
KEY POINTS In the hippocampus, calcium-permeable AMPA receptors have been found in a restricted subset of neuronal types that inhibit other neurons, although their localization in the neocortex is less well understood. In the present study, we looked for calcium-permeable AMPA receptors in two distinct populations of neocortical inhibitory neurons: basket(More)
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