All Relations between colliculus superior pyramidal cell and gaba

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Osamu Hoshino, Meihong Zheng, Yasuhiro Fukuok. Effect of cortical extracellular GABA on motor response. Journal of computational neuroscience vol issue 2022 35695984 the flattening of sensory tuning in [formula: see text] caused by decreasing the concentration of gamma-aminobutyric acid (gaba) in extracellular space resulted in a decrease in the stimulus-sensitive [formula: see text] pyramidal cell activity while increasing the stimulus-insensitive [formula: see text] pyramidal cell activity, thereby prolonging the reaction time of mns to the applied feature stimulus. 2022-06-13 2022-06-14 Not clear
Hyunjung Oh, Sean C Piantadosi, Brad R Rocco, David A Lewis, Simon C Watkins, Etienne Sibill. The Role of Dendritic Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Transcripts on Altered Inhibitory Circuitry in Depression. Biological psychiatry vol 85 issue 6 2020 30449530 a parallel downregulation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (bdnf) and somatostatin (sst), a marker of inhibitory gamma-aminobutyric acid interneurons that target pyramidal cell dendrites, has been reported in several brain areas of subjects with major depressive disorder (mdd). 2020-02-03 2022-01-13 Not clear
V\\xc3\\xa9ronique M Andr\\xc3\\xa9, Carlos Cepeda, Harry V Vinters, My Huynh, Gary W Mathern, Michael S Levin. Pyramidal cell responses to gamma-aminobutyric acid differ in type I and type II cortical dysplasia. Journal of neuroscience research vol 86 issue 14 2009 18615638 pyramidal cell responses to gamma-aminobutyric acid differ in type i and type ii cortical dysplasia. 2009-02-06 2022-01-13 Not clear
David A Lewis, Raymond Y Cho, Cameron S Carter, Kevin Eklund, Sarah Forster, Mary Ann Kelly, Debra Montros. Subunit-selective modulation of GABA type A receptor neurotransmission and cognition in schizophrenia. The American journal of psychiatry vol 165 issue 12 2009 18923067 these abnormalities are thought to reflect a deficiency in the synchronization of pyramidal cell activity that is dependent, in part, on gamma-aminobutyric acid (gaba) neurotransmission through gaba type a (gaba(a)) receptors containing alpha(2) subunits. 2009-01-02 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jeffery D Stekete. Cortical mechanisms of cocaine sensitization. Critical reviews in neurobiology vol 17 issue 2 2007 16808728 the discussion will revolve around how repeated cocaine exposure alters dopamine, gamma-aminobutyric acid (gaba), and glutamate regulation of pyramidal cell activity. 2007-03-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
S R Sesack, C L Snyder, D A Lewi. Axon terminals immunolabeled for dopamine or tyrosine hydroxylase synapse on GABA-immunoreactive dendrites in rat and monkey cortex. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 363 issue 2 1996 8642074 however, it has not been established whether dopamine also modulates pyramidal cell activity indirectly through synapses on gamma-aminobutyric acid (gaba) interneurons, and whether such inputs differ across cortical regions and species. 1996-07-16 2022-01-10 Not clear
R J Siarey, M Andreasen, J D Lamber. Serotoninergic modulation of excitability in area CA1 of the in vitro rat hippocampus. Neuroscience letters vol 199 issue 3 1996 8577400 this, in combination with a 5ht3 receptor-mediated reduction in gamma-aminobutyric acid (gaba)-ergic inhibition, leads to an increase in pyramidal cell excitability evident as epileptic field potentials. 1996-03-13 2022-01-10 Not clear
E Thiels, G Barrionuevo, T W Berge. Excitatory stimulation during postsynaptic inhibition induces long-term depression in hippocampus in vivo. Journal of neurophysiology vol 72 issue 6 1995 7897506 the inhibition of pyramidal cell activity was mediated by input to the pyramidal cells from local gamma-aminobutyric acid (gaba)-releasing interneurons activated by commissural fibers and/or ca1 recurrent collaterals, because the inhibition was eliminated by local administration of the selective gabaa receptor antagonist, bicuculline (50 microm), near the recording site. 1995-04-25 2022-01-10 Not clear
J M Shen, A R Kriegstei. Turtle hippocampal cortex contains distinct cell types, burst-firing neurons, and an epileptogenic subfield. Journal of neurophysiology vol 56 issue 6 1987 2433411 experiments using intracellular chloride (cl-) injection or focal bicuculline application suggested that part of the inhibitory component of the pyramidal cell synaptic response was dependent on a gamma-aminobutyric acid (gaba)-mediated increase in cl- conductance. 1987-03-23 2022-01-10 Not clear