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Hippocampus CA1 trilaminar neuron

Name: Hippocampus CA1 trilaminar neuron
Description: The CA1 trilaminar neuron is a neuron that is characterized by its axon densely innervating three layers stratum oriens, pyramidale and radiatum (Sik et al. 1995) projecting to subiculum and possibly to other regions, while the soma and long horizontal dendrites are in stratum oriens with strong immunoreactivity for the m2 receptor in the somato-dendritic domain and intense presynaptic mGluR8a decoration. It must also be noted that the same name has been used for various other cells with axon in at least three laminae (Hajos & Mody, 1997; Pawelzik et al. 2002). However, for this particular cell class the axons project to subiculum and possibly to other brain areas as well.
Synonym(s): CA1 trilaminar cell
Super-category: neuron
URL: Somogyi & Klausberger, 2005 (15539390); Klausberger T & Somogyi P, 2008 (18599766);Spruston, 2008 (18270515)
PMID: PMID 15539390, 18599766, 18270515
Id: nlx_27085
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Soma Specific Properties

Soma Location: CA1 alveus, CA1 stratum oriens

Dendrite Specific Properties

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

Axon Specific Properties

Location of distant axon arborization: CA1 alveus, CA1 stratum oriens, CA1 stratum pyramidale, CA1 stratum radiatum, Subiculum pyramidal cell layer

Intrinsic Properties

Molecular constituents: m2 receptor, mGLuR8a


Notes

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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.
Created6 November 2006  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
CuratorSridevi Polavaram  +
DefiningCitationSomogyi & Klausberger, 2005 (15539390); Klausberger T & Somogyi P, 2008 (18599766);Spruston, 2008 (18270515)  +
DefinitionThe CA1 trilaminar neuron is a neuron that The CA1 trilaminar neuron is a neuron that is characterized by its axon densely innervating three layers stratum oriens, pyramidale and radiatum (Sik et al. 1995) projecting to subiculum and possibly to other regions, while the soma and long horizontal dendrites are in stratum oriens with strong immunoreactivity for the m2 receptor in the somato-dendritic domain and intense presynaptic mGluR8a decoration. It must also be noted that the same name has been used for various other cells with axon in at least three laminae (Hajos & Mody, 1997; Pawelzik et al. 2002). However, for this particular cell class the axons project to subiculum and possibly to other brain areas as well. and possibly to other brain areas as well.
DendriteLocationCA1 alveus  +, CA1 stratum oriens  +, and CA1 stratum radiatum  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
Idnlx_27085  +
LabelHippocampus CA1 trilaminar neuron  +
Located inCA1 alveus  +, and CA1 stratum oriens  +
LocationOfAxonArborizationCA1 alveus  +, CA1 stratum oriens  +, CA1 stratum pyramidale  +, CA1 stratum radiatum  +, and Subiculum pyramidal cell layer  +
ModifiedDate9 March 2012  +
MolecularConstituentsM2 receptor  +, and MGLuR8a  +
PMID15539390, 18599766, 18270515  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
SuperCategoryneuron  +
SynonymCA1 trilaminar cell  +