GABA in the caudate nucleus: A possible synaptic transmitter of interneurons


Microiontophoretic application of GABA and its antagonist, picrotoxin, altered focal potentials evoked in the caudate nucleus by stimulation near the recording site to a much greater extent than potentials elicited by stimulation of afferent pathways, suggesting that GABA is a transmitter of interneurons in this nucleus. 
DOI: 10.1007/BF01946537

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