Types of interneurons and their participation in the neuronal network of the medial geniculate body

@article{Majorossy1976TypesOI,
  title={Types of interneurons and their participation in the neuronal network of the medial geniculate body},
  author={K. Majorossy and Alex Kiss},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1976},
  volume={26},
  pages={19-37}
}
Three different types of interneurons can be separated in the Golgi picture, and many of their details can be identified under the electron microscope, in the medial geniculate body (MGB) of the cat: (1) typical short axon Golgi II. cells of the thalamic type, (2) somewhat larger Golgi type II cells with medium range axon, and (3) spidery neurogliform short axon cells. The most distinctive features of the two first types (1) and (2) are their irregular drumstick shape appendages, increasing in… CONTINUE READING