Neurons on the move: migration and lamination of cortical interneurons.

@article{Faux2012NeuronsOT,
  title={Neurons on the move: migration and lamination of cortical interneurons.},
  author={Clare Faux and Sonja Raki{\'c} and William D Andrews and Joanne M. Britto},
  journal={Neuro-Signals},
  year={2012},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={
          168-89
        }
}
The modulation of cortical activity by GABAergic interneurons is required for normal brain function and is achieved through the immense level of heterogeneity within this neuronal population. Cortical interneurons share a common origin in the ventral telencephalon, yet during the maturation process diverse subtypes are generated that form the characteristic laminar arrangement observed in the adult brain. The long distance tangential and short-range radial migration into the cortical plate is… CONTINUE READING

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