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Retina type (b) narrow-field unistratified amacrine cell

Name: Retina type (b) narrow-field unistratified amacrine cell
Description: The type (b) narrow to field unistratified cell has a similar (collator note: with the type (a) narrow field unistratified amacrine neuron) mean soma diameter of 9.2 micrometers (range 7.5 to 11.3 micrometeres; N = 14) and the size of its dendritic field is similar to the the type (a) narrow field unistratified cell (mean 215 micrometers; range 135 to 282 micrometers; N = 14). A single primary dendrite arises from the cell soma and passes into the inner plexiform layer before branching on a plane. In contrast with the type (a) narrow field unistratified cell this cell has coarser, mostly spine to free, dendrites. Figure 3 and 12 show examples of this cell tpye, one of which has its soma in the ganglion cell layer.
Synonym(s): type (b) narrow-field unistratified amacrine cell
Super-category: stratified amacrine cell
URL: Perry and Walker 1980
*Id: BAMSC1053
PMID: PMID 6158054
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Soma Location: Retina, inner nuclear layer


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AuthorsPerry VH  +, and Walker M.  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
CuratorMihail Bota  +
DefiningCitationPerry and Walker 1980  +
DefinitionThe type (b) narrow to field unistratified The type (b) narrow to field unistratified cell has a similar (collator note: with the type (a) narrow field unistratified amacrine neuron) mean soma diameter of 9.2 micrometers (range 7.5 to 11.3 micrometeres; N = 14) and the size of its dendritic field is similar to the the type (a) narrow field unistratified cell (mean 215 micrometers; range 135 to 282 micrometers; N = 14). A single primary dendrite arises from the cell soma and passes into the inner plexiform layer before branching on a plane. In contrast with the type (a) narrow field unistratified cell this cell has coarser, mostly spine to free, dendrites. Figure 3 and 12 show examples of this cell tpye, one of which has its soma in the ganglion cell layer. h has its soma in the ganglion cell layer.
IdBAMSC1053  +
JournalNumber1173  +
JournalVolume208  +
LabelRetina type (b) narrow-field unistratified amacrine cell  +
Located inRetina  +, and Inner nuclear layer  +
ModifiedDate11 June 2012  +
PMID6158054  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
Pages415-431
PublicationDate1980  +
PublicationNameProc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci.  +
SuperCategorystratified amacrine cell  +
Synonymtype (b) narrow-field unistratified amacrine cell  +
TitleAmacrine cells  +, and displaced amacrine cells and interplexiform cells in the retina of the rat  +