An Individual Interneuron Participates in Many Kinds of Inhibition and Innervates Much of the Mouse Visual Thalamus

Neuron16.20
Volume: 106, Issue: 3, Pages: 468 - 481.e2
Published: May 1, 2020
Abstract
One way to assess a neuron’s function is to describe all its inputs and outputs. With this goal in mind, we used serial section electron microscopy to map 899 synaptic inputs and 623 outputs in one inhibitory interneuron in a large volume of the mouse visual thalamus. This neuron innervated 256 thalamocortical cells spread across functionally distinct subregions of the visual thalamus. All but one of its neurites were bifunctional, innervating...
Paper Details
Title
An Individual Interneuron Participates in Many Kinds of Inhibition and Innervates Much of the Mouse Visual Thalamus
Published Date
May 1, 2020
Journal
Volume
106
Issue
3
Pages
468 - 481.e2
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