Three-dimensional analysis of the whole axonal arbors originating from single CA2 pyramidal neurons in the rat hippocampus with the aid of a computer graphic technique

@article{Tamamaki1988ThreedimensionalAO,
  title={Three-dimensional analysis of the whole axonal arbors originating from single CA2 pyramidal neurons in the rat hippocampus with the aid of a computer graphic technique},
  author={Nobuaki Tamamaki and Koutarou Abe and Yoshiaki Nojyo},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1988},
  volume={452},
  pages={255-272}
}
Complete Axon Arborization of a Single CA3 Pyramidal Cell in the Rat Hippocampus, and its Relationship With Postsynaptic Parvalbumin‐containing Interneurons
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It is concluded that the physiologically effective excitatory connections between single pyramidal cells and postsynaptic inhibitory neurons are mediated by a small number of contacts, mostly by a single synapse, which results in a high degree of convergence and divergence in hippocampal networks.
The hippocampal CA3 network: An in vivo intracellular labeling study
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The concentrated distribution of the axon collaterals (“patches”) indicates that subpopulations of neurons may receive disproportionately denser innervation, whereas innervation in the rest of the target zones is rather sparse.
Three-dimensional reconstruction of the axon arbor of a CA3 pyramidal cell recorded and filled in vivo
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It is suggested that the CA3 system can be conceptualized as a single-module, in which nearby and distant targets are contacted by the same probability (similar to a mathematically defined random graph), which appears ideal for segregation and integration of information and memories.
Axonal morphometry of hippocampal pyramidal neurons semi-automatically reconstructed after in vivo labeling in different CA3 locations
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To fully characterize the axonal diversity of CA3 principal neurons will require higher-throughput reconstruction systems beyond the threefold speed-up of the method adopted here.
Disposition of the slab‐like modules formed by axon branches originating from single CA1 pyramidal neurons in the rat hippocampus
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The hippocampus is thought to be an area where the neuronal circuits for short‐term memory or the cognitive map may reside and the projection of the CA1 pyramidal neurons in the rat dorsal hippocampus, especially in the subiculum, was studied by means of intracellular and extracellular HRP injection.
Projection of the entorhinal layer II neurons in the rat as revealed by intracellular pressure‐injection of neurobiotin
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This study shows that the entorhinohippocampal circuit is not a simple circle from single cells level, as well as investigating a component of the perforant path, projection of theEntorhinal layer II neurons.
Hippocampal CA1 interneurons: an in vivo intracellular labeling study
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Fast spiking interneurons in the CA1 area of the dorsal hippocampus were recorded from and filled with biocytin in anesthetized rats to indicate that interneURons with distinct axonal targets have differential functions in shaping the physiological patterns of theCA1 network.
Crossing fiber arrays in the rat hippocampus as demonstrated by three‐dimensional reconstruction
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An intracellular horseradish peroxidase study of the CA3 pyramidal neurons and the granule cells of the fascia dentata suggests that most myelinated fibers in the hippocampus are organized parallel to the alvear fibers, and proposes a new model of the organization of the intrinsic excitatory circuitry of the rat hippocampus which creates a crossing neural network.
Preservation of topography in the connections between the subiculum, field CA1, and the entorhinal cortex in rats
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The CA1 projection, rather than the subicular projection, is the main projection that feeds back information from the hippocampus to the entorhinal cortex, and the framework of the major hippocampal circuit proposed in previous studies should be reconsidered.
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