Regional specialization in synaptic input and output in an identified local nonspiking interneuron of the crayfish revealed by light and electron microscopy.

@article{Kondoh1986RegionalSI,
  title={Regional specialization in synaptic input and output in an identified local nonspiking interneuron of the crayfish revealed by light and electron microscopy.},
  author={Yasuhiro Kondoh and Masato Hisada},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1986},
  volume={251 3},
  pages={334-48}
}
Lateral inhibition of several mechanosensory interneurons in the crayfish terminal ganglion is mediated by a pair of identified local nonspiking interneurons called local directionally selective (LDS) interneurons. The ultrastructure and synaptic distribution of these interneurons were investigated by using intracellular labeling with horseradish peroxidase for electron microscopy. The LDS interneuron has bilateral, asymmetric arborizations. They are connected by a thick transverse neurite on… CONTINUE READING
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