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Category:Hippocampus CA3 radiatum neuron
CellSomaShape Category:bipolar   +
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.
CurationStatus uncurated  +
DefiningCitation Ascoli et al. 2009 J. Comp. Neurol. PMID: 19496174  +
Definition The CA3 Radiatum (R) neurons are interneur The CA3 Radiatum (R) neurons are interneurons with somata in stratum radiatum which receives converging stimulation from the DG and entorhinal cortex as well as from within CA3. The dendritic tree of R interneurons typically extend between the dorsal blade of the dentate gyrus and the stratum pyramidale of CA3. The axonal branches often extend beyond their layer of somatic residence into stratum lacunosum-moleculare or stratum pyramidale. acunosum-moleculare or stratum pyramidale.
DendriteLocation CA3 stratum radiatum +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Id nlx_cell_091217  +
Label Hippocampus CA3 radiatum neuron  +
Located in CA3 stratum radiatum +
LocationOfAxonArborization CA3 stratum pyramidale +, CA3 stratum lucidum +, CA3 stratum radiatum +, CA3 stratum lacunosum moleculare +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 2 February 2015 01:39:01  +
ModifiedDate 2 February 2015  +
Neurotransmitter GABA +
PMID 19496174  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
SuperCategory Neuron  +
Synonym CA3 R interneuron  +
Categories Neuron
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