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Category:Hippocampus CA1 IS-I neuron
Comment This class is still under review and requires changes before making it final. In the mean time, the contents of this cell class might change as the Mason cell ontology group is modifying/verifying the properties.
Created 6 November 2006  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Curator Sridevi Polavaram +
DefiningCitation Somogyi P & Klausberger T, 2005  +
Definition The IS (Interneuron-Specific) subpopulatio The IS (Interneuron-Specific) subpopulation of interneurons have axons that preferentially innervate other interneurons. The CA1 Interneuron Specific (IS) Type I cells is one of the many IS cell types from the CA1 region. The soma is located in stratum radiatum and pyramidale with dendrites spanning most layers and the axon innervating mainly calbindin positive and other calretinin positive cells (Acsady et al. 1996b; Gulyas et al. 1996). The possible expression of VIP by these cells is not known. ession of VIP by these cells is not known.
EditorialNote http://www.biosci.utexas.edu/directory/userDetails.aspx?id=1899
ExampleImage Hippocampus CA1 IS-I neuron.jpg +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Id nlx_cell_100209  +
Label Hippocampus CA1 IS-I neuron  +
Located in CA1 stratum radiatum +, CA1 stratum pyramidale +
LocationOfAxonArborization CA1 alveus +, CA1 stratum oriens +, CA1 stratum pyramidale +, CA1 stratum radiatum +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 26 July 2013 20:41:23  +
ModifiedDate 26 July 2013  +
MolecularConstituents Calretinin +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
PublicationLink http://15539390  +
Species Vertebrata +
SuperCategory neuron  +
Synonym CA1 IS-I cell  +
Categories Neuron
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