101. Osen KK, Ottersen OP and Storm-Mathisen J. (1990) In: Glycine Neurotransmission. Glycine Neurotransmission..

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Cochlear nucleus pyramidal/fusiform cellSomaGabaCartwheel Cell terminals (T)Soma and proximal apical dendrites receive mainly flattened (FL) or pleiomorphic (PL) vesicle synapses on their trunks. These are correlated with IPSPs (SOBiv p128,130-1). Cartwheel cells stain for CLY (Osen KK et al, 1990101 ; lighter staining for GABA/GAD; SOBiv p132). Cartwheel cells produce IPSPs in pyramidal cells (see Golding NL and Oertel D, 1995102 ) (also in giant cells, and they interact with each other; SOBiv p135). Cartwheel cells are the second most numerous cell in the DCN, after the granule cells (SOBiv p135).
Cochlear nucleus pyramidal/fusiform cellProximal apical dendriteGabaCartwheel Cell terminals (T)Soma and proximal apical dendrites receive mainly flattened (FL) or pleiomorphic (PL) vesicle synapses on their trunks. These are correlated with IPSPs (SOBiv p128,130-1). Cartwheel cells stain for CLY (Osen KK et al, 1990101 ; lighter staining for GABA/GAD; SOBiv p132). Cartwheel cells produce IPSPs in pyramidal cells (see Golding NL and Oertel D, 1995102 ) (also in giant cells, and they interact with each other; SOBiv p135). Cartwheel cells are the second most numerous cell in the DCN, after the granule cells (SOBiv p135).
Cochlear nucleus pyramidal/fusiform cellProximal apical dendriteGlycineCartwheel Cell terminals (T)Soma and proximal apical dendrites receive mainly flattened (FL) or pleiomorphic (PL) vesicle synapses on their trunks. These are correlated with IPSPs (SOBiv p128,130-1). Cartwheel cells stain for CLY (Osen KK et al, 1990101 ; lighter staining for GABA/GAD; SOBiv p132). Cartwheel cells produce IPSPs in pyramidal cells (see Golding NL and Oertel D, 1995102 ) (also in giant cells, and they interact with each other; SOBiv p135). Cartwheel cells are the second most numerous cell in the DCN, after the granule cells (SOBiv p135).
Cochlear nucleus pyramidal/fusiform cellSomaGlycineCartwheel Cell terminals (T)Soma and proximal apical dendrites receive mainly flattened (FL) or pleiomorphic (PL) vesicle synapses on their trunks. These are correlated with IPSPs (SOBiv p128,130-1). Cartwheel cells stain for CLY (Osen KK et al, 1990101 ; lighter staining for GABA/GAD; SOBiv p132). Cartwheel cells produce IPSPs in pyramidal cells (see Golding NL and Oertel D, 1995102 ) (also in giant cells, and they interact with each other; SOBiv p135). Cartwheel cells are the second most numerous cell in the DCN, after the granule cells (SOBiv p135).

References
101. Osen KK, Ottersen OP and Storm-Mathisen J. (1990) In: Glycine Neurotransmission. Glycine Neurotransmission..
102. Golding NL and Oertel D. (1995) Evidence that cartwheel cells of the dorsal cochlear nucleus excite other cartwheel cells and inhibit principal cells with the same neurotransmitter, glycine. Abstr Soc Neurosci 21:399.
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