Immunocytochemical localization of the GABAB2 receptor subunit in the glomeruli of the mouse main olfactory bulb.

@article{Kratskin2006ImmunocytochemicalLO,
  title={Immunocytochemical localization of the GABAB2 receptor subunit in the glomeruli of the mouse main olfactory bulb.},
  author={I. L. Kratskin and Natalia B. Kenigfest and Jean Paul Rio and Chakib Djediat and Jacques Rep{\'e}rant},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2006},
  volume={402 1-2},
  pages={121-5}
}
The olfactory input to the brain is carried out by olfactory nerve axons that terminate in the olfactory bulb glomeruli and make synapses onto dendrites of glutamatergic projection neurons, mitral and tufted cells, and GABAergic interneurons, periglomerular cells. The dendrites are reciprocally connected through asymmetric synapses of mitral/tufted cells with periglomerular cells and symmetric synapses of the opposite direction. Transmission at the first synapse in the olfactory pathway is… CONTINUE READING