Localization of neuroactive substances in the vertebrate retina: Evidence for lamination in the inner plexiform layer

@article{Karten1983LocalizationON,
  title={Localization of neuroactive substances in the vertebrate retina: Evidence for lamination in the inner plexiform layer},
  author={Harvey J. Karten and Nicholas C Brecha},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1983},
  volume={23},
  pages={1197-1205}
}
The inner plexiform layer (IPL) of the vertebrate retina is a multilaminated region containing bipolar, amacrine, interplexiform and ganglion cell processes. Immunohistochemical methods clearly demonstrate the existence of various neuroactive substances in distinct morphological types of amacrine cells. Sufficient detail in the staining consistently delineates processes containing these neuroactive substances in multiple laminae of the IPL. Thus, the histochemical approach provides a powerful… CONTINUE READING

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