Glutamate-, GABA-, and GAD-immunoreactivities co-localize in bipolar cells of tiger salamander retina.

Abstract

The presence of inhibitory bipolar cells in salamander retina was investigated by a comparative analysis of the distribution of glutamate- and GABA-immunoreactivities (GLU-IR; GABA-IR) using a postembedding immunocytochemical method. GLU-IR was found in virtually all photoreceptors, bipolar cells and ganglion cells, neuronal elements that transfer… (More)

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