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Category:Dentate gyrus IS-I cell
Abbrev DG IS-I  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Curator Sridevi Polavaram +
DefiningCitation p58 and p184. Andersen et al. "The Hippocampus Book" 2007; Freund & Buzsaki 1996 p374, PMID 8915675  +
DefiningCriteria long dendrodendritic junctions, in which typically two to three dendrites are intermingled for more than 100µm; extremely specific in innervating other interneurons  +
Definition The IS (Interneuron-Specific) subpopulatio The IS (Interneuron-Specific) subpopulation of interneurons have axons that preferentially innervate other interneurons. The Dentate gyrus IS-I class interneurons are visualized by immunostaining for Calretinin (CR) and establish multiple symmetrical synapses on the dendrites and somata of other CR-positive IS-I cells, Calbindin (CB) containing interneurons, and VIP-positive basket cells, but they do not innervate PV-containing interneurons. The dendrites of Dentate gyrus IS I neurons appear in all layers of Dentate gyrus and more characteristic feature of these dendrites is that they form long dendrodendritic junctions with each other. dendrodendritic junctions with each other.
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
ISBN Andersen et al. 2007 p58, p184
Id nlx_cell_091203  +
Label Dentate gyrus IS-I cell  +
Located in Dentate gyrus +
LocationOfAxonArborization Dentate gyrus molecular layer +, Dentate gyrus granule cell layer +, Dentate gyrus hilus +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 26 July 2013 20:39:08  +
ModifiedDate 26 July 2013  +
MolecularConstituents Calretinin +
Neurotransmitter GABA +
PMID 8915675, 17093119  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Species Vertebrata +
SuperCategory neuron  +
Synonym DG Interneuron-specific cell  +
Categories Neuron
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