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Neostriatum interneuron SOM/NOS GABA cell
GABAergic interneuron in the striatum of the basal ganglia. Characterized by biochemical presence of SOM/NOS
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 Neuronal Receptors (15)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment Receptor Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Cholinergic Receptors nigrostriatal input Reviewed in
2 Yes Soma Cholinergic Receptors nigrostriatal input Reviewed in
3 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Gaba pallidostriatal input Reviewed in
4 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Gaba pallidostriatal input Reviewed in
5 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite NMDA weak cortical input Reviewed in
6 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Cholinergic Receptors Cortical input Reviewed in
7 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite AMPA weak cortical input Reviewed in
8 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite NMDA weak cortical input Reviewed in
9 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite AMPA weak cortical input Reviewed in
10 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite Dopaminergic Receptor nigrostriatal input Reviewed in
11 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite AMPA weak cortical input Reviewed in
12 Yes Proximal equivalent dendrite NMDA weak cortical input Reviewed in
13 Yes Distal equivalent dendrite Dopaminergic Receptor Cortical input Reviewed in
14 Yes Soma Dopaminergic Receptor nigrostriatal input Reviewed in
15 Yes Middle equivalent dendrite Gaba pallidostriatal input Reviewed in
 Neuronal Currents (3)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment Current Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Soma I T low threshold The most characteristic attributes of these neurons were the presence of a low threshold Ca2+ spike."
2 Yes Soma I Na,p In PLTS cells “influx of Ca2+, while persistent depolarizations were due to influx of Na+. ”
3 Yes Soma I Na,t PLTS cells exhibited unique firing properties due to Ca*+-dependent low-threshold spikes and Na+-dependent persistent depolarized spikes, in addition to Na+-dependent fast spikes.”
 Neuronal Transmitters (4)
  
SN Property present CF-Compartment transmitter Connect Note Publication facts
1 Yes Axon terminal Somatostatin striatal connections to SPNs Reviewed in
2 Yes Axon terminal NO possible Perhaps the principal function of these neurons is to release SOM, NOS, and/or NPY, all of which could exert slower neuromodulatory effects on their postsynaptic targets rather than fast synaptic effects. For example, SOM has been shown to exert a potent presynaptic inhibition on GABA release at SPN–SPN synapses.”
3 Yes Axon terminal neuropeptide Y possible Perhaps the principal function of these neurons is to release SOM, NOS, and/or NPY, all of which could exert slower neuromodulatory effects on their postsynaptic targets rather than fast synaptic effects. For example, SOM has been shown to exert a potent presynaptic inhibition on GABA release at SPN–SPN synapses.”
4 Yes Axon terminal Gaba striatal connections to SPNs PLTS interneurons were found to evoke only sparse and relatively weak GABAergic IPSCs in SPNs.”
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Last Time: 11/1/2018 10:20:48 AM
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