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Category:Amygdala basolateral nucleus pyramidal neuron
Abbrev PN  +
AxonMyelination myelinated  +
AxonProjectionLaterality bilateral  +
CellSomaShape Category:Pyramidal   +
CellSomaSize Large soma  +
Comment Change the label to Amygdala basolateral nucleus pyramidal neuron
Created 5 September 2007  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition These neurons make up ~80-85% of neurons in the basolateral nuclear complex of the amygdala. Unlike cortical pyramidal cells, they are not arranged with parellel apical dendrites but are randomly organized.
EditorialNote http://www.nature.com/mp/journal/v14/n9/full/mp200983a.html
ExampleImage Amygdala basolateral nucleus pyramidal neuron.JPG +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Has role Principal neuron role +
Id nifext_152  +
Label Amygdala basolateral nuclear complex pyramidal neuron  +
Located in Basolateral nuclear complex +
LocationOfAxonArborization Cerebral cortex +, Hippocampus +, Striatum +, Basal forebrain +, Amygdala +, Bed nucleus of stria terminalis +
LocationOfLocalAxonArborization Intranuclear +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 June 2012 14:36:20  +
ModifiedDate 28 June 2012  +
MolecularConstituents Calcium calmodulin protein kinase II +
Neurotransmitter Glutamate +
NeurotransmitterReceptors AMPA-type glutamate-gated cationic channel +, NMDA-type glutamate-gated cationic channel +, GABA A-gated anionic channel +, GABA-B Receptor +
OriginOfAxon soma  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Species Mammal +
SpineDensityOnDendrites Spiny high density +
SuperCategory Neuron  +
Synonym Pyramidal cell basolateral amygdalar nucleus  +, Amygdala basolateral nucleus pyramidal neuron  +
Categories Neuron
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