Inhibitory interneurons of the human prefrontal cortex display conserved evolution of the phenotype and related genes.


Inhibitory interneurons participate in local processing circuits, playing a central role in executive cognitive functions of the prefrontal cortex. Although humans differ from other primates in a number of cognitive domains, it is not currently known whether the interneuron system has changed in the course of primate evolution leading to our species. In… (More)
DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2009.1831


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