Most calretinin-containing amacrine cells in the rabbit retina co-localize glycine.

Abstract

Calretinin-containing retinal amacrine cells are heterogeneous with regard to their neurochemical properties. In the rabbit retina, about 90% of them contain glycine, as evidenced in the present study by double-label immunocytochemistry. In a previous report, we showed that a small population of amacrine cells contains both gamma-aminobutyric acid and… (More)

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