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Category:Retina ganglion cell C1
Authors Huxlin KR  +, Goodchild AK  +
Curator Mihail Bota +
DefiningCitation Huxlin and Goodchild 1997  +
Definition Five RGc1 cells were labelled that have sm Five RGc1 cells were labelled that have small somata and large asymmetrical dendritic fields (Figs. 10A, 12). Although only a small number of them were labelled, they resemble the medial terminal nucleus (MTN) to projecting cells described by Dann and Buhl (1987). Compared with neurons in Group RGA, RGC1 cells have smaller cell bodies, a higher density of dendritic branching, and usually asymmetrical dendritic fields. The RGC1 cells exhibited smooth, small caliber, recursive dendrites extending from large primary ones. Dendritic field was of medium density (Fig. 6A). The RGC1 stratified mostly in the inner IPL. Their morphology is very similar to the MTN to projecting cells characterized by Dann and Buhl (1987). lls characterized by Dann and Buhl (1987).
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Id BAMSC1050  +
JournalNumber 2 +
JournalVolume 385 +
Label Retina ganglion cell C1  +
Located in Retina +, Ganglion cell layer +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 2 February 2015 10:25:15  +
ModifiedDate 2 February 2015  +
PMID 9268130  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Petilla neuron  +
Pages 309-323
PublicationDate 1997 +
PublicationName Journal of Comparative Neurology +
SuperCategory Retina ganglion cell C  +
Synonym retinal ganglion cell C1  +
Title Retinal ganglion cells in the albino rat: revised morphological classification.  +
Categories Retina C ganglion cell
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