Double-bouquet cells in the monkey and human cerebral cortex with special reference to areas 17 and 18.

@article{DeFelipe2006DoublebouquetCI,
  title={Double-bouquet cells in the monkey and human cerebral cortex with special reference to areas 17 and 18.},
  author={Javier DeFelipe and Inmaculada Ballesteros-Ya{\~n}ez and Maria Carmen Inda and Alberto Mu{\~n}oz},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={2006},
  volume={154},
  pages={15-32}
}
The detailed microanatomical study of the human cerebral cortex began in 1899 with the experiments of Santiago Ramón y Cajal, who applied the Golgi method to define the structure of the visual, motor, auditory and olfactory cortex. In the first article of this series, he described a special type of interneuron in the visual cortex capable of exerting its influence in the vertical dimension. These neurons are now more commonly referred to as double-bouquet cells (DBCs). The DBCs are readily… CONTINUE READING

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