Glycinergic miniature synaptic currents and receptor cluster sizes differ in spinal cord interneurons
The structural features of a synaptic connection between central neurons play an important role in determining the strength of the connection. In the present study, we have examined the relationship between the structural and functional properties of glycinergic synapses in the rat spinal cord. We have analyzed the structure of glycinergic receptor clusters on rat ventral horn interneurons using antibodies against the glycine receptor clustering protein, gephyrin. We have examined the...[Show more]
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