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Category:Amygdala intercalated nuclei small spiny neuron
Abbrev ITC  +
AxonMyelination myelinated  +
AxonProjectionLaterality ipsilateral  +
CellSomaShape Category:Spherical   +
CellSomaSize Small soma  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition Small spiny principal neurons of the inter Small spiny principal neurons of the intercalated nuclei. These nuclei are clusters of neurons surrounding rostral portions of the basolateral nuclear complex. Some of these clusters are located adjacent to the external capsule or intermediate capsule (paracapsular intercalated nuclei). apsule (paracapsular intercalated nuclei).
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Has role Principal neuron role +
Id nlx_149095  +
Label Amygdala intercalated nuclei small spiny neuron  +
Located in Intercalated amygdaloid nuclei +
LocationOfAxonArborization Central amygdaloid nucleus +, Basolateral nuclear complex +
LocationOfLocalAxonArborization Intercalated amygdaloid nuclei +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 13 July 2012 17:00:47  +
ModifiedDate 13 July 2012  +
Neurotransmitter GABA +
NeurotransmitterReceptors AMPA-type glutamate-gated cationic channel +, NMDA-type glutamate-gated cationic channel +, GABA A-gated anionic channel +, D1 receptor +, Mu receptor +
OriginOfAxon soma and sometimes dendrite  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Species Mammal +
SpineDensityOnDendrites Spiny high density +
SuperCategory Neuron  +
Synonym paracapsular intercalated cell (ITC)  +
Categories Neuron
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