Interneurons of the dentate gyrus: an overview of cell types, terminal fields and neurochemical identity.

@article{Houser2007InterneuronsOT,
  title={Interneurons of the dentate gyrus: an overview of cell types, terminal fields and neurochemical identity.},
  author={Carolyn R. Houser},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={2007},
  volume={163},
  pages={217-32}
}
Interneurons of the dentate gyrus are a diverse group of neurons that use GABA as their primary neurotransmitter. Morphological studies of these neurons have been challenging since no single neuroanatomical method provides a complete view of these interneurons. However, through the integration of findings obtained from multiple methods, an interesting picture of this complex group of neurons is emerging, and this review focuses on studies in rats and mice. In situ hybridization of mRNAs for the… CONTINUE READING
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