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What are the six different types of human neurons?

William Calvin wcalvin at hardy.u.washington.edu
Wed Apr 29 14:12:26 EST 1992


Don't take six layers of cerebral cortex too seriously.  Layer IV is
usually subdivided into IVa, IVb, and IVc and they have quite different
functions (see Jenny Lund's review in Ann. Rev. Neuroscience about 1988).
    William H. Calvin   WCalvin at U.Washington.edu
    University of Washington  NJ-15
    Seattle, Washington 98195 FAX:1-206-720-1989



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