Parasol (P alpha) ganglion-cells of the primate fovea: immunocytochemical staining with antibodies against GABAA-receptors.

@article{Grnert1993ParasolA,
  title={Parasol (P alpha) ganglion-cells of the primate fovea: immunocytochemical staining with antibodies against GABAA-receptors.},
  author={Ulrike Gr{\"u}nert and Ursula Greferath and Brian B. Boycott and Heinz W{\"a}ssle},
  journal={Vision research},
  year={1993},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={1-14}
}
Retinae of macaque monkeys were immuno-stained with antibodies against GABAA-receptors. In peripheral retina most ganglion cells were immunoreactive. In central retina, around the fovea, staining in the ganglion cell layer was selective and only 5-8% of all ganglion cells were labelled: these had the largest cell bodies and their dendrites occupied a broad stratum in the middle of the inner plexiform layer. From comparison with Golgi-stained ganglion cells it is concluded that the entire… CONTINUE READING

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