1. Grünert U and Wässle H. (1990) GABA-like immunoreactivity in the macaque monkey retina: a light and electron microscopic study. J Comp Neurol 297:509-24 [Journal] .

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Retina ganglion GLU cellDistal equivalent dendriteGabaBipolar cellsLateral circuits contribute to the inhibitory surround. The bipolar neurons release glycine or GABA onto presynaptic bipolar neurons and ganglion cell dendrites (Pourcho RG and Owczarzak MT, 1989 [cat]2 ). (Grünert U and Wässle H, 1990 [macaque monkey]1 ). (Crooks J and Kolb H, 1992 [human]3 ). (Vardi N and Sterling P, 1994 [macaque and human]4 ). (Calkins DJ and Sterling P, 1996 [primate]5 ). SOBiv p243).
Retina ganglion GLU cellMiddle equivalent dendriteGabaBipolar cellsLateral circuits contribute to the inhibitory surround. The bipolar neurons release glycine or GABA onto presynaptic bipolar neurons and ganglion cell dendrites (Pourcho RG and Owczarzak MT, 1989 [cat]2 ). (Grünert U and Wässle H, 1990 [macaque monkey]1 ). (Crooks J and Kolb H, 1992 [human]3 ). (Vardi N and Sterling P, 1994 [macaque and human]4 ). (Calkins DJ and Sterling P, 1996 [primate]5 ). SOBiv p243).
Retina ganglion GLU cellProximal equivalent dendriteGabaBipolar cellsLateral circuits contribute to the inhibitory surround. The bipolar neurons release glycine or GABA onto presynaptic bipolar neurons and ganglion cell dendrites (Pourcho RG and Owczarzak MT, 1989 [cat]2 ). (Grünert U and Wässle H, 1990 [macaque monkey]1 ). (Crooks J and Kolb H, 1992 [human]3 ). (Vardi N and Sterling P, 1994 [macaque and human]4 ). (Calkins DJ and Sterling P, 1996 [primate]5 ). SOBiv p243).

Classical References: first publications on each compartmental property; search PubMed for complete list
1.  Grünert U and Wässle H. (1990) GABA-like immunoreactivity in the macaque monkey retina: a light and electron microscopic study. J Comp Neurol 297:509-24 [Journal] .
2.  Pourcho RG and Owczarzak MT. (1989) Distribution of GABA immunoreactivity in the cat retina: a light- and electron-microscopic study. Vis Neurosci 2:425-35.
3.  Crooks J and Kolb H. (1992) Localization of GABA, glycine, glutamate and tyrosine hydroxylase in the human retina. J Comp Neurol 315:287-302 [Journal] .
4.  Vardi N and Sterling P. (1994) Subcellular localization of GABAA receptor on bipolar cells in macaque and human retina. Vision Res 34:1235-46.
5.  Calkins DJ and Sterling P. (1996) Absence of spectrally specific lateral inputs to midget ganglion cells in primate retina. Nature 381:613-5 [Journal] .