All Relations between projection neuron and ca1 field

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Abdessattar Khlaifia, Eve Honor\\xc3\\xa9, Julien Artinian, Isabel Laplante, Jean-Claude Lacaill. mTORC1 function in hippocampal parvalbumin interneurons: regulation of firing and long-term potentiation of intrinsic excitability but not long-term contextual fear memory and context discrimination. Molecular brain vol 15 issue 1 2022 35715811 hippocampal ca1 parvalbumin-expressing interneurons (pv ins) play a central role in controlling principal cell activity and orchestrating network oscillations. 2022-06-17 2022-06-20 Not clear
Hannah Twarkowksi, Victor Steininger, Min Jae Kim, Amar Saha. A dentate gyrus- CA3 inhibitory circuit promotes evolution of hippocampal-cortical ensembles during memory consolidation. eLife vol 11 issue 2022 35191834 although ca1 parvalbumin inhibitory neurons (pv ins) orchestrate hippocampal-cortical communication, we know less about ca3 pv ins or dg - ca3 principal neuron - in circuit mechanisms that contribute to evolution of hippocampal-cortical ensembles during memory consolidation. 2022-02-22 2022-02-23 Not clear
Davide Cavalieri, Alexandra Angelova, Anas Islah, Catherine Lopez, Marco Bocchio, Yannick Bollmann, Agn\\xc3\\xa8s Baude, Rosa Cossar. CA1 pyramidal cell diversity is rooted in the time of neurogenesis. eLife vol 10 issue 2021 34723790 using a combination of neuroanatomy, slice physiology, connectivity tracing, and cfos staining in mice, we show that birthdate is a strong predictor of ca1 principal cell diversity. 2021-12-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Xia Liang, Li-Ming Hsu, Hanbing Lu, Jessica A Ash, Peter R Rapp, Yihong Yan. Functional Connectivity of Hippocampal CA3 Predicts Neurocognitive Aging via CA1-Frontal Circuit. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 30 issue 8 2021 32239141 the ca3 and ca1 principal cell fields of the hippocampus are vulnerable to aging, and age-related dysfunction in ca3 may be an early seed event closely linked to individual differences in memory decline. 2021-11-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
Julie Faitg, Clay Lacefield, Tracey Davey, Kathryn White, Ross Laws, Stylianos Kosmidis, Amy K Reeve, Eric R Kandel, Amy E Vincent, Martin Picar. 3D neuronal mitochondrial morphology in axons, dendrites, and somata of the aging mouse hippocampus. Cell reports vol 36 issue 6 2021 34380033 we examine somatic, dendritic, and axonal mitochondria in the dentate gyrus and cornu ammonis 1 (ca1) of the mouse hippocampus, two subregions with distinct principal cell types and functions. 2021-09-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Nicolette Ognjanovski, Christopher Broussard, Michal Zochowski, Sara J Ato. Hippocampal Network Oscillations Rescue Memory Consolidation Deficits Caused by Sleep Loss. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 28 issue 10 2019 30060138 rhythmic optogenetic activation of pv+ interneurons following learning generates ca1 oscillations with coherent principal neuron firing. 2019-11-06 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ivan Soltesz, Attila Losoncz. CA1 pyramidal cell diversity enabling parallel information processing in the hippocampus. Nature neuroscience vol 21 issue 4 2019 29593317 however, heterogeneity within hippocampal principal cell populations, in particular within pyramidal cells at the main ca1 output node, is increasingly recognized and includes developmental, molecular, anatomical, and functional differences. 2019-05-16 2022-01-13 Not clear
D J Hamilton, C M White, C L Rees, D W Wheeler, G A Ascol. Molecular fingerprinting of principal neurons in the rodent hippocampus: A neuroinformatics approach. Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis vol 144 issue 2018 28549853 here we focus on the principal cell layers of dentate gyrus (dg), ca3, ca2, and ca1, which together contain approximately 90% of hippocampal neurons. 2018-02-05 2022-01-13 Not clear
D J Hamilton, C M White, C L Rees, D W Wheeler, G A Ascol. Molecular fingerprinting of principal neurons in the rodent hippocampus: A neuroinformatics approach. Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis vol 144 issue 2018 28549853 thus, gene expression data for those layers can be justifiably linked to the respective principal neuron types: granule cells in dg and pyramidal cells in ca3, ca2, and ca1. 2018-02-05 2022-01-13 Not clear
Antonio Fern\\xc3\\xa1ndez-Ruiz, Azahara Oliva, Gerg\\xc5\\x91 A Nagy, Andrew P Maurer, Antal Ber\\xc3\\xa9nyi, Gy\\xc3\\xb6rgy Buzs\\xc3\\xa1k. Entorhinal-CA3 Dual-Input Control of Spike Timing in the Hippocampus by Theta-Gamma Coupling. Neuron vol 93 issue 5 2017 28279355 the theta-phase preference and excitatory strength of the afferent ca3 and entorhinal inputs effectively timed the principal neuron activity, as well as regulated distinct ca1 interneuron populations in multiple tasks and behavioral states. 2017-09-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Sitthisak Thongrong, Barbara Hausott, Letizia Marvaldi, Alexandra S Agostinho, Luca Zangrandi, Johannes Burtscher, Barbara Fogli, Christoph Schwarzer, Lars Klimaschewsk. Sprouty2 and -4 hypomorphism promotes neuronal survival and astrocytosis in a mouse model of kainic acid induced neuronal damage. Hippocampus vol 26 issue 5 2017 26540287 neuronal degeneration was reduced in ca1 and ca3 principal neuron layers as well as in scattered neurons of the contralateral ca1 and hilar regions. 2017-01-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
B\\xc3\\xa9n\\xc3\\xa9dicte Amilhon, Carey Y L Huh, Fr\\xc3\\xa9d\\xc3\\xa9ric Manseau, Guillaume Ducharme, Heather Nichol, Antoine Adamantidis, Sylvain William. Parvalbumin Interneurons of Hippocampus Tune Population Activity at Theta Frequency. Neuron vol 86 issue 5 2015 26050044 interneurons expressing the markers parvalbumin (pv) and somatostatin (som) are leading candidates to participate in intrinsic rhythm generation and principal cell (pc) coordination in distal ca1 and subiculum. 2015-08-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
Andrea Bibbig, Steven Middleton, Claudia Racca, Martin J Gillies, Helen Garner, Fiona E N Lebeau, Ceri H Davies, Miles A Whittingto. Beta rhythms (15-20 Hz) generated by nonreciprocal communication in hippocampus. Journal of neurophysiology vol 97 issue 4 2007 17287437 1) in conditions where activity projected to area ca1 produces only very low principal cell recruitment the local population rhythm mimics the gamma rhythm projected from ca3. 2007-07-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
Andrea Bibbig, Steven Middleton, Claudia Racca, Martin J Gillies, Helen Garner, Fiona E N Lebeau, Ceri H Davies, Miles A Whittingto. Beta rhythms (15-20 Hz) generated by nonreciprocal communication in hippocampus. Journal of neurophysiology vol 97 issue 4 2007 17287437 2) in the presence of serotonin ca1 principal cell recruitment was appreciably enhanced, resulting in dual activation of ca1 basket cells through both feedforward and feedback excitations. 2007-07-10 2022-01-12 Not clear
Chyze W Ang, Gregory C Carlson, Douglas A Coulte. Hippocampal CA1 circuitry dynamically gates direct cortical inputs preferentially at theta frequencies. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 25 issue 42 2006 16237162 therefore, ca1 circuit integration of excitatory inputs endows the ca1 principal cell with a novel property: the ability to function as a temporally specific "and" gate that provides for sequence-dependent readout of distal inputs. 2006-03-15 2022-01-12 Not clear
Douglas Nitz, Bruce McNaughto. Differential modulation of CA1 and dentate gyrus interneurons during exploration of novel environments. Journal of neurophysiology vol 91 issue 2 2004 14523073 the data indicate that inhibitory networks in the ca1 and dentate gyrus areas are modulated in a divergent fashion during the acquisition of novel spatial information and that interneuron activities can be used to detect those regions of an environment subject to redistribution of principal cell spatial activity patterns. 2004-03-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Martin Theis, Kausik Si, Eric R Kande. Two previously undescribed members of the mouse CPEB family of genes and their inducible expression in the principal cell layers of the hippocampus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 100 issue 16 2003 12871996 we next examined the expression of all four genes in the hippocampus and found that mcpeb-1, -2, and -4 transcripts are expressed in the principal cell layer in the ca3 and ca1 region and in the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus. 2003-10-03 2022-01-11 Not clear
Johannes Graulich, Ulrike Hoffmann, Rolf F Maier, Karsten Ruscher, J\\xc3\\xb6rn K Pomper, Hae-Kyung Ko, Siegrun Gabriel, Michael Obladen, Uwe Heineman. Acute neuronal injury after hypoxia is influenced by the reoxygenation mode in juvenile hippocampal slice cultures. Brain research. Developmental brain research vol 137 issue 1 2002 12128252 pi fluorescence increased after hypoxia in all principal cell layers of the hippocampus but again showed a larger enhancement after hyperoxic reoxygenation as compared to normoxic reoxygenation (e.g., by a factor of 3.9 vs. 1.7 for ca1 and 120 min of hypoxia). 2002-10-16 2022-01-11 Not clear
A Williamson, D D Spence. Electrophysiological characterization of CA2 pyramidal cells from epileptic humans. Hippocampus vol 4 issue 2 1994 7951697 the ca2 region of the hippocampus is more resistant to the principal cell loss seen in ca1 and ca3 in both animal models of temporal lobe epilepsy and in medial temporal lobe sclerosis (mts), a common neuropathological finding in human temporal lobe epilepsy. 1994-12-20 2022-01-10 Not clear
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