|Olfactory bulb main interneuron periglomerular cell||Soma||Gaba||Possibly from other interneurons in the glomerular layer.
||Spontaneous and electrically driven GABAergic synaptic inputs to PG cells come possibly from other interneurons in the glomerular layer. (Puopolo M and Belluzzi O, 1998326 )
Reversed chloride gradients, demonstrated by cytochemical methods, may be responsible for excitatory GABA effects on selected periglomerular neurons (Siklós L et al, 1995331 )
Voltage-sensitive dye signals recorded from the glomerular layer reflect activity in periglomerular cells and that Cl- efflux through non-GABAA chloride channels contributes to the postsynaptic depolarization of these cells after olfactory nerve stimulation (Senseman DM, 1996330 ).
It was shown that stimulation of PG cells results in self-inhibition: release of GABA from an individual PG cell activates GABA(A) receptors on the same neuron (Smith TC and Jahr CE, 2002471 ).|