Cortical interneurons: from Cajal to 2001.

@article{DeFelipe2002CorticalIF,
  title={Cortical interneurons: from Cajal to 2001.},
  author={Javier DeFelipe},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={2002},
  volume={136},
  pages={215-38}
}
After the collective work of many investigators, beginning with the early studies of Cajal, the following main [figure: see text] conclusions may be drawn regarding the morphology, biochemical characteristics and synaptic connections of interneurons: 1. Interneurons show a great variety of morphological, biochemical and physiological types. They constitute approximately 15-30% of the total population of neurons. 2. Because of the heterogeneity of interneurons and the lack of consensus as to… CONTINUE READING
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