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Retina inner nuclear layer

Name: Retina inner nuclear layer
Description: Cytoarchitectural layer of retina containing closely packed cell bodies, the majority of which are bipolar cells (adapted from Wikipedia).
Synonym(s): layer of inner granules
Is part of: Retina
Super-category: Cell layer
*Id: nlx_93816
Alternate Id(s): http://sig.biostr.washington.edu/fma3.0#Inner_nuclear_layer_of_retina, BAMSID 846
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Neurons in Retina inner nuclear layer

Retina bipolar cell, Retina midget bipolar cell, Retina type 2 cone bipolar cell, Retina type 3 cone bipolar cell, Retina wide field diffuse amacrine cell are neurons that can be found in Retina inner nuclear layer or its parts.


Contributors

Memartone, Zaidaziz



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Facts about Retina inner nuclear layerRDF feed
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionCytoarchitectural layer of retina containing closely packed cell bodies, the majority of which are bipolar cells (adapted from Wikipedia).
Idnlx_93816  +
Is part ofRetina  +
LabelRetina inner nuclear layer  +
ModifiedDate30 July 2014  +
SuperCategoryCell layer  +
Synonymlayer of inner granules  +
XrefHttp://sig.biostr.washington.edu/fma3.0  +, and BAMSID 846  +