From the Golgi–Cajal mapping to the transmitter-based characterization of the neuronal networks leading to two modes of brain communication: Wiring and volume transmission

@article{Fuxe2007FromTG,
  title={From the Golgi–Cajal mapping to the transmitter-based characterization of the neuronal networks leading to two modes of brain communication: Wiring and volume transmission},
  author={Kjell Fuxe and Annica B. Dahlstr{\"o}m and Malin H{\"o}istad and Daniel Marcellino and Anders Jansson and Alicia Rivera and Zaida D{\'i}az-Cabiale and Kirsten X. Jacobsen and Barbro Tinner-Staines and Beth Hagman and Giuseppina Leo and William Alan Staines and Diego Guidolin and J{\'a}n Kehr and Susanna Genedani and Natale Belluardo and Luigi Francesco Agnati},
  journal={Brain Research Reviews},
  year={2007},
  volume={55},
  pages={17-54}
}
After Golgi-Cajal mapped neural circuits, the discovery and mapping of the central monoamine neurons opened up for a new understanding of interneuronal communication by indicating that another form of communication exists. For instance, it was found that dopamine may be released as a prolactin inhibitory factor from the median eminence, indicating an alternative mode of dopamine communication in the brain. Subsequently, the analysis of the locus coeruleus noradrenaline neurons demonstrated a… Expand
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