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Hippocampus CA1 ivy neuron

Name: Hippocampus CA1 ivy neuron
Description: Ivy cells are highly abundant GABAergic interneurons when compared to basket, bistratified, or axo-axonic cells. "Ivy" cells are named after their dense and fine axons innervating mostly basal and oblique pyramidal cell dendrites. They express nitric oxide synthase, neuropeptide Y, and high levels of GABAa receptor aplha1 subunit and they are also identified as slow-spiking interneurons that regulate the excitability of pyramidal cell dendrites through slowly rising and decaying GABAergic inputs.
Synonym(s): CA1 ivy cell, ivy cell
Has role: Intrinsic neuron role
Super-category: neuron
URL: Fuentealba P et al., 2008
*Id: nlx_35220
Publication link: 18367092
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Soma Specific Properties

Soma Location: CA1 stratum pyramidale

Dendrite Specific Properties

Dendrite location: CA1 alveus, CA1 stratum oriens, CA1 stratum radiatum, CA1 stratum pyramidale

Axon Specific Properties

Location of distant axon arborization: CA1 alveus, CA1 stratum oriens, CA1 stratum radiatum, CA1 stratum pyramidale

Intrinsic Properties

Neurotransmitter released: GABA


Notes

This page uses this default form:Petilla_neuron



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CommentThis class is still under review and requires changes before making it final. In the mean time, the contents of this cell class might change as the Mason cell ontology group is modifying/verifying the properties.
Created5 November 2005  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
CuratorSridevi Polavaram  +
DefiningCitationFuentealba P et al., 2008  +
DefinitionIvy cells are highly abundant GABAergic in Ivy cells are highly abundant GABAergic interneurons when compared to basket, bistratified, or axo-axonic cells. "Ivy" cells are named after their dense and fine axons innervating mostly basal and oblique pyramidal cell dendrites. They express nitric oxide synthase, neuropeptide Y, and high levels of GABAa receptor aplha1 subunit and they are also identified as slow-spiking interneurons that regulate the excitability of pyramidal cell dendrites through slowly rising and decaying GABAergic inputs. owly rising and decaying GABAergic inputs.
DendriteLocationCA1 alveus  +, CA1 stratum oriens  +, CA1 stratum radiatum  +, and CA1 stratum pyramidale  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
Has roleIntrinsic neuron role  +
Idnlx_35220  +
LabelHippocampus CA1 ivy neuron  +
Located inCA1 stratum pyramidale  +
LocationOfAxonArborizationCA1 alveus  +, CA1 stratum oriens  +, CA1 stratum radiatum  +, and CA1 stratum pyramidale  +
ModifiedDate9 March 2012  +
NeurotransmitterGABA  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
PublicationLink18367092  +
SuperCategoryneuron  +
SynonymCA1 ivy cell  +, and ivy cell  +