A list of all neurons that have been indicated as using the neurotransmitter "GABA".
- This table is generated programmatically from the property "neurotransmitter" assigned to members of the Neuron class. To add to this list, go to the category page for the type of neuron you are interested in adding and add "Glycine" to the "Has Neurotransmitter" field in the Petilla form.
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|Cochlear nucleus (dorsal) cartwheel cell||Glycine
|Cartwheel neuron||Cartwheel cell bodies lie on the superficial side of the pyramidal (or fusiform) cell layer of the dorsal cochlear nucleus. Their spiny dendrites receive input from the axons of granule cells (parallel fibers) and their axons release GABA and glycine onto cartwheel, pyramidal and giant cell targets. Cartwheel cells share many of the features, molecular and electrophysiological, of cerebellar Purkinje neurons.||Somas lie at the superficial side of the pyramidal (fusiform) cell layer of the dorsal cochlear nucleus.||Mammal|
|Cochlear nucleus (dorsal) vertical cell||Glycine||tuberculoventral cell
|Intrinsic neuron found in the deep layer of the dorsal cochlear nucleus, whose cell bodies and dendrites are intermingled among the basal dendritic trees of pyramidal cells. Their dendrites are smooth and lie in the plane of an isofrequency sheet; in sections in standard planes, parts of the dendrites are cut so they appear to be oriented vertically, perpendicular to the plane of the layers. They are inhibitory and use glycine as a neurotransmitter.||Dorsal cochlear nucleus deep layer||Vertebrata|
|Cochlear nucleus (ventral) multipolar D cell||Glycine||D multipolar cell
type II (Cant
onset-chopper responses to tones
|One of two types of multipolar or stellate cells, D stellate cells are glycinergic inhibitory neurons named for having an axon that projects dorsalward into the dorsal cochlear nucleus and that exits through the intermediate acoustic stria to innervate the contralateral cochlear nucleus. Axons have widespread collaterals in the ventral cochlear nucleus and in the deep layer of the dorsal cochlear nucleus.||Ventral cochlear nucleus||Vertebrata|
|Retina amacrine cell||Dopamine
|Amacrine Neuron type II
Type II Amacrine cell
|Cell in the inner plexiform layer of the retina, consisting of multiple dendrites and no axon. It makes synaptic connections with bipolar cell terminals and ganglion cell dendrites, as well as other amacrine cell dendrites. Amacrine II cells have gap junctions with bipolar terminals and other amacrine cells, which are switched on for night time vision.||Retina inner plexiform layer||Vertebrata|
|Spinal cord ventral horn interneuron Renshaw||Glycine||Renshaw cell
|Spinal cord ventral horn||Vertebrata|
|Trapezoid body medial nucleus principal cell||Glycine||Principal Cells Medial Nucleus Trapezoid Body
Trapezoid body medial nucleus principal neuron
|Principal cell of the medial nucleus of the trapezoid body that receives input from the ventral cochlear nucleus at a specialized synaptic ending termed the Calyx of held.||Medial nucleus of trapezoid body||Cat|
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