Combined Electrophysiological and Morphological Analyses of CNS Neurons View Full Text


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DATE

2002

AUTHORS

Alfredo Ribeiro-da-Silva , Yves De Koninck

ABSTRACT

Immunocytochemical and electrophysiological techniques have each independently yielded important information regarding the chemical anatomy of and function in the central nervous system. Yet it is now apparent that the combined application of these two techniques can yield information of considerably greater value than the simple addition of the data derived from the isolated use of each of the two techniques. In fact, such a combined approach is the only way in which it is possible to know how the morphological properties of one specific neuron correlate with the physiological properties of that same cell. With the application of this type of approach, it becomes possible to draw a correlation between the physiological and morphological properties of intracellularly labeled neurons with their neurotransmitter-specific innervation and with the transmitter and receptor content of the neurons themselves. More... »

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181-201

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