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Retina ganglion cell B2

Name: Retina ganglion cell B2
Description: Fourteen neurons were defined as RGB2 cells (Figs. 2D, 8B). These cells are easy to distinguish by the very dense nature of their small dendritic trees. This high density is due to frequent, irregular branching of fine dendrites, which curve, twist, and overlap extensively (Fig. 2D). Their cell body is generaly located well within the confines of the dendritic tree. RGB2 cells were found across the retina (Fig. 9). RGB2 cells had a very small but very dense dendritic field (Fig. 5B), featuring numerous tiny branches bearing spines. They ramified almost in the middle of the IPL.
Synonym(s): retinal ganglion cell B2
Super-category: retina ganglion cell B
URL: Huxlin and Goodchild 1997
*Id: BAMSC1048
PMID: PMID 9268130
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Soma Location: Retina, ganglion cell layer


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AuthorsHuxlin KR  +, and Goodchild AK  +
CuratorMihail Bota  +
DefiningCitationHuxlin and Goodchild 1997  +
DefinitionFourteen neurons were defined as RGB2 cell Fourteen neurons were defined as RGB2 cells (Figs. 2D, 8B). These cells are easy to distinguish by the very dense nature of their small dendritic trees. This high density is due to frequent, irregular branching of fine dendrites, which curve, twist, and overlap extensively (Fig. 2D). Their cell body is generaly located well within the confines of the dendritic tree. RGB2 cells were found across the retina (Fig. 9). RGB2 cells had a very small but very dense dendritic field (Fig. 5B), featuring numerous tiny branches bearing spines. They ramified almost in the middle of the IPL. ramified almost in the middle of the IPL.
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
IdBAMSC1048  +
JournalNumber2  +
JournalVolume385  +
LabelRetina ganglion cell B2  +
Located inRetina  +, and Ganglion cell layer  +
ModifiedDate9 March 2012  +
PMID9268130  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
Pages309-323
PublicationDate1997  +
PublicationNameJournal of Comparative Neurology  +
SuperCategoryretina ganglion cell B  +
Synonymretinal ganglion cell B2  +
TitleRetinal ganglion cells in the albino rat: revised morphological classification.  +