375. Matsui K, Hosoi N and Tachibana M. (1998) Excitatory synaptic transmission in the inner retina: paired recordings of bipolar cells and neurons of the ganglion cell layer. J Neurosci 18:4500-10.

NeuronCompartmentPropertyConnectivityNotes
Retina bipolar cellAxon terminalGlutamateactivate both NMDA and nonNMDA receptors of ganglion cellsActivation of the Ca2+ current by depolarization as short as 15 ms in a single bipolar cell evokes the glutamatergic postsynaptic currents, of both both NMDA and non-NMDA types, in the Ganglion cells (Matsui K et al, 1998375 ). Hartveit E, 1999503 .
Retina bipolar cellAxon terminalI Calcium.Activation of the Ca2+ current by depolarization as short as 15 ms in a single bipolar cell evokes the glutamatergic postsynaptic currents, of both both NMDA and non-NMDA types, in the Ganglion cells (Matsui K et al, 1998375 ). In mouse retinal bipolar cells, T-type Ca currents were recorded in soma, while L-type currents were recorded from axonal terminal (Satoh H et al, 1998390 ).
Retina photoreceptor cone cellAxon terminalGlutamateHorizontal cell dendritic and axon terminals; probably also bipolar cell terminals.Matsui K, Hosoi N and Tachibana M, 1998 Matsui K et al, 1998375
Retina bipolar cellSomaNMDA.In Salamander (Matsui K et al, 1998375 ).
Retina photoreceptor rod cellAxon terminalGlutamateHorizontal cell dendritic and axon terminals; probably also bipolar cell terminals.Matsui K, Hosoi N and Tachibana M, 1998 Matsui K et al, 1998375

References
375. Matsui K, Hosoi N and Tachibana M. (1998) Excitatory synaptic transmission in the inner retina: paired recordings of bipolar cells and neurons of the ganglion cell layer. J Neurosci 18:4500-10.
503. Hartveit E. (1999) Reciprocal synaptic interactions between rod bipolar cells and amacrine cells in the rat retina. J Neurophysiol 81:2923-36.
390. Satoh H, Aoki K, Watanabe SI and Kaneko A. (1998) L-type calcium channels in the axon terminal of mouse bipolar cells. Neuroreport 9:2161-5.
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