Synaptic Ribbons: Minireview Versatile Signal Transducers

  • Published 2001


Besides photoreceptors and hair cells, ribbons are also found in fish electroreceptors and the synaptic terminals of retinal bipolar cells. Ribbons are ubiquitous in Henrique von Gersdorff* Vollum Institute OHSU vertebrates, but the retina and optic lobes of squid and Portland, Oregon 97201 octopus do not contain ribbons. Evolution has obviously found ways… (More)


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@inproceedings{2001SynapticRM, title={Synaptic Ribbons: Minireview Versatile Signal Transducers}, author={}, year={2001} }