1. Nastuk MA and Graybiel AM. (1991) Pharmacologically defined M1 and M2 muscarinic cholinergic binding sites in the cat's substantia nigra: development and maturity. Brain Res Dev Brain Res 61:1-10.

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Substantia nigra pars reticulata principal GABA cellDistal equivalent dendriteNicotinic.SNr neurons contain both muscarinic (Nastuk MA and Graybiel AM, 19911 ). and nicotinergic (Klink R et al, 20012 ). acetylcholine receptors.
Substantia nigra pars reticulata principal GABA cellDistal equivalent dendriteMuscarinic.SNr neurons contain both muscarinic (Nastuk MA and Graybiel AM, 19911 ). and nicotinergic (Klink R et al, 20012 ). acetylcholine receptors.
Substantia nigra pars reticulata principal GABA cellMiddle equivalent dendriteNicotinic.SNr neurons contain both muscarinic (Nastuk MA and Graybiel AM, 19911 ). and nicotinergic (Klink R et al, 20012 ). acetylcholine receptors.
Substantia nigra pars reticulata principal GABA cellMiddle equivalent dendriteMuscarinic.SNr neurons contain both muscarinic (Nastuk MA and Graybiel AM, 19911 ). and nicotinergic (Klink R et al, 20012 ). acetylcholine receptors.
Substantia nigra pars reticulata principal GABA cellProximal equivalent dendriteNicotinic.SNr neurons contain both muscarinic (Nastuk MA and Graybiel AM, 19911 ). and nicotinergic (Klink R et al, 20012 ). acetylcholine receptors.
Substantia nigra pars reticulata principal GABA cellProximal equivalent dendriteMuscarinic.SNr neurons contain both muscarinic (Nastuk MA and Graybiel AM, 19911 ). and nicotinergic (Klink R et al, 20012 ). acetylcholine receptors.

Classical References: first publications on each compartmental property; search PubMed for complete list
1.  Nastuk MA and Graybiel AM. (1991) Pharmacologically defined M1 and M2 muscarinic cholinergic binding sites in the cat's substantia nigra: development and maturity. Brain Res Dev Brain Res 61:1-10.
2.  Klink R, de Kerchove d'Exaerde A, Zoli M and Changeux JP. (2001) Molecular and physiological diversity of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in the midbrain dopaminergic nuclei. J Neurosci 21:1452-63.