Immunocytochemical localization of parvalbumin- and neurofilament triplet protein immunoreactivity in the cat retina: colocalization in a subpopulation of AII amacrine cells.

@article{Gabriel1992ImmunocytochemicalLO,
  title={Immunocytochemical localization of parvalbumin- and neurofilament triplet protein immunoreactivity in the cat retina: colocalization in a subpopulation of AII amacrine cells.},
  author={Robert Gabriel and Charles Straznicky},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={1992},
  volume={595 1},
  pages={133-6}
}
Using antibodies against parvalbumin and neurofilament triplet protein, colocalization of these two neuronal markers was revealed in all of type A horizontal cells and alpha ganglion cells and in a small number of AII amacrine cells of the cat retina. Besides the double-labeled neurons, parvalbumin alone was present in type B horizontal cells, in small numbers of starburst- and A13-like amacrine cells and in the somata of unidentified ganglion cells. The processes of the double- or single… CONTINUE READING

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