Circuits that contain the Neuron : Dentate gyrus granule GLU cell

(The principal neuron of the fascia dentata of the hippocampal region. It forms a single layer of cell bodies. Each cell has a dendritic tree that extends toward the surface. The branches are covered with dendritic spines. The input is carried by axons which arise in the nearby entorinal cortex and "perforate" the intervening cortex to make excitatory glutamatergic synapses onto the spines. The output is carried in an axon which becomes a mossy fiber as it arrives in CA3 and CA2 of the hippocampus to make glutamatergic synapes onto the spinous excrecenses of hippocampal pyramidal cells in those regions.)
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1. Dentate gyrus (Morgan et al. 2007, 2008, Santhakumar et al. 2005, Dyhrfjeld-Johnsen et al. 2007)
2. Dentate Gyrus Feed-forward inhibition (Ferrante et al. 2009)
3. Dentate Gyrus model including Granule cells with dendritic compartments (Chavlis et al 2017)
4. Dentate gyrus network model (Santhakumar et al 2005)
5. Dentate gyrus network model (Tejada et al 2014)
6. Dentate gyrus network model pattern separation and granule cell scaling in epilepsy (Yim et al 2015)
7. Distance-dependent inhibition in the hippocampus (Strüber et al. 2017)
8. Epilepsy may be caused by very small functional changes in ion channels (Thomas et al. 2009)
9. Long time windows from theta modulated inhib. in entorhinal–hippo. loop (Cutsuridis & Poirazi 2015)
10. Na channel mutations in the dentate gyrus (Thomas et al. 2009)
11. Role for short term plasticity and OLM cells in containing spread of excitation (Hummos et al 2014)
12. State dependent drug binding to sodium channels in the dentate gyrus (Thomas & Petrou 2013)

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