Primate-Specific Origins and Migration of Cortical GABAergic Neurons

@inproceedings{Petanjek2009PrimateSpecificOA,
  title={Primate-Specific Origins and Migration of Cortical GABAergic Neurons},
  author={Zdravko Petanjek and Ivica Kostovi{\'c} and Monique Esclapez},
  booktitle={Frontiers in neuroanatomy},
  year={2009}
}
Gamma-aminobutyric-acidergic (GABAergic) cells form a very heterogeneous population of neurons that play a crucial role in the coordination and integration of cortical functions. Their number and diversity increase through mammalian brain evolution. Does evolution use the same or different developmental rules to provide the increased population of cortical GABAergic neurons? In rodents, these neurons are not generated in the pallial proliferative zones as glutamatergic principal neurons. They… CONTINUE READING
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