Sensory experience selectively regulates transmitter synthesis enzymes in interglomerular circuits.

@article{ParrishAungst2011SensoryES,
  title={Sensory experience selectively regulates transmitter synthesis enzymes in interglomerular circuits.},
  author={Stephanie Parrish-Aungst and Emi Kiyokage and G{\'a}bor Szab{\'o} and Yuchio Yanagawa and Michael T Shipley and Adam C. Puche},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2011},
  volume={1382},
  pages={70-6}
}
Sensory experience influences brain organization and function. A particularly striking example is in the olfactory bulb where reduction of odorant sensory signals profoundly down-regulates dopamine in glomerular neurons. There are two large populations of glomerular inhibitory interneurons: (1) GABAergic periglomerular (PG) cells, whose processes are limited to a single glomerulus, regulate intraglomerular processing and (2) DAergic-GABAergic short axon (SA) cells, whose processes contact… CONTINUE READING

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