Synapses of double bouquet cells in monkey cerebral cortex visualized by calbindin immunoreactivity

@article{DeFelipe1989SynapsesOD,
  title={Synapses of double bouquet cells in monkey cerebral cortex visualized by calbindin immunoreactivity},
  author={Javier DeFelipe and Stewart H C Hendry and Edward G. Jones},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1989},
  volume={503},
  pages={49-54}
}
In the monkey neocortex, immunoreactivity for the 28-kDa vitamin D-dependent calcium binding protein (Calbindin) is contained in a set of GABAergic intrinsic neurons whose small size and laminar locations render them very distinct from a second set of GABAergic intrinsic neurons that show immunoreactivity for another calcium-binding protein, parvalbumin. A conspicuous feature of many calbindin-immunoreactive cells is their possession of long, vertically oriented bundles of immunoreactive… CONTINUE READING

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