Spontaneous and evoked activity of intercalated amygdala neurons.

@article{Collins1999SpontaneousAE,
  title={Spontaneous and evoked activity of intercalated amygdala neurons.},
  author={Dawn R. Collins and Denis Par{\'e}},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={1999},
  volume={11 10},
  pages={3441-8}
}
The intercalated cell masses are clusters of GABAergic neurons interposed between the basolateral and centromedial nuclear groups of the amygdala. Tract-tracing studies have revealed that the main projection sites of intercalated neurons are the central amygdaloid nucleus and the basal forebrain. Through these projections, intercalated neurons could influence the activity of widespread regions of the central nervous system. However, no data are available regarding their physiological properties… CONTINUE READING
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