Genetic dissection of GABAergic neural circuits in mouse neocortex

@inproceedings{Taniguchi2014GeneticDO,
  title={Genetic dissection of GABAergic neural circuits in mouse neocortex},
  author={Hiroki Taniguchi},
  booktitle={Front. Cell. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
Diverse and flexible cortical functions rely on the ability of neural circuits to perform multiple types of neuronal computations. GABAergic inhibitory interneurons significantly contribute to this task by regulating the balance of activity, synaptic integration, spiking, synchrony, and oscillation in a neural ensemble. GABAergic interneurons display a high degree of cellular diversity in morphology, physiology, connectivity, and gene expression. A considerable number of subtypes of GABAergic… CONTINUE READING
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