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A17 Amacrine Cells and Olfactory Granule Cells: Parallel Processors of Early Sensory Information

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Egger, Veronica ; Diamond, Jeffrey S.
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Neurons typically receive synaptic input in their dendritic arbor, integrate inputs in their soma, and send output action potentials through their axon, following Cajal's law of dynamic polarization. Two notable exceptions are retinal amacrine cells and olfactory granule cells (GCs), which flout Cajal's edict by providing synaptic output from the same dendrites that collect synaptic input. ...


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