Innervation of different peptide-containing neurons in the hippocampus by gabaergic septal afferents

@article{Gulys1990InnervationOD,
  title={Innervation of different peptide-containing neurons in the hippocampus by gabaergic septal afferents},
  author={Attila I. Guly{\'a}s and T. J. G{\"o}rcs and Tam{\'a}s F. Freund},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={1990},
  volume={37},
  pages={31-44}
}
Postsynaptic targets of GABAergic hippocampal neurons in the medial septum-diagonal band of broca complex
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The GABAergic hippocamposeptal feedback controls the activity of septal (mostly GABAergic) projection neurons as a function of hippocampal synchrony and a novel circuit diagram, based on recent morphological-immunocytochemical findings, is shown.
Target Selectivity and Neurochemical Characteristics of VIP‐immunoreactive Interneurons in the Rat Dentate Gyrus
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Three different types of VIP‐positive neuron are present in this area, and are likely to subserve different inhibitory functions: cells with a hilar projection as well as those projecting to the stratum moleculare may synchronize the activity of hilar and other interneurons, or disinhibit granule cells by specific interneuron‐to‐interneuron connections.
Immunostaining for substance P receptor labels GABAergic cells with distinct termination patterns in the hippocampus
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It is concluded that SPR‐positive interneurons are functionally heterogeneous and participate in different inhibitory processes: (1) perisomatic inhibition of principal cells (CCK‐containing cells, and parvalbumin‐positive cells in the dentate gyrus), and (2) feedback dendritic inhibition in the entorhinal termination zone (somatostatin and NPY‐containing Cells, and (3) innervation of other interneurs).
GABAergic interneurons containing calbindin D28K or somatostatin are major targets of GABAergic basal forebrain afferents in the rat neocortex
The arborization pattern and postsynaptic targets of the GABAergic component of the basal forebrain projection to neo‐ and mesocortical areas have been studied by the combination of anterograde
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