Cortical pyramidal tract interneurones and their sensitivity to L-glutamic acid.


1. Pyramidal tract interneurones, defined as neurones which are activated synaptically as a result of pyramidal tract stimulation, have been identified in the rat cerebral cortex. The number of evoked spikes depended upon stimulus strength, and stimulation in a specific thalamic nucleus produced a burst of activity lasting for up to 1 sec.2. These cells are… (More)


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