Axon collaterals ?

Matthew Kirkcaldie Matthew.Kirkcaldie at removethis.newcastle.edu.au
Thu Jan 1 20:17:46 EST 2004


In article <erk3uvs9tqjkgkg2fklq2o4fls4u05ne2s at 4ax.com>,
 r norman <rsn_ at _comcast.net> wrote:

> Yes.  Even glutamate has both in the retina.  I misspoke
> about "all" the known glutamate receptors.  Glutamate is
> "ordinarily" excitatory in the CNS.

What's the inhibitory glutamate receptor in the retina?

While we're on the subject, it's worth remembering that GABA is 
excitatory in the immature CNS.

      Cheers,

         Matthew.

PS: my enquiry is genuine, not a challenge to the original statement!



More information about the Neur-sci mailing list