Retinal physiology: non-bipolar-cell excitatory drive in the inner retina
journal contributionposted on 2023-06-09, 06:50 authored by Thomas BadenThomas Baden, Thomas Euler
The long-held view that bipolar cells provide the exclusive excitatory drive to the mammalian inner retina has been challenged: new studies indicate that, instead, at least two cells that lack the dendrites characteristic for bipolar cells, and therefore resemble amacrine cells, excite inner retinal circuits using glutamate.
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