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Development, morphology and topography of chandelier cells in the auditory cortex of the cat.

AuthorsCarlos, Juan A. de ; López-Mascaraque, Laura; Valverde, Facundo
Issue Date1985
CitationDevelopmental Brain Research 22: 293-300 (1985)
AbstractUsing the Golgi method we have studied the development, morphology and topographic distribution of chandelier cells in the auditory cortex of the cat. Kittens from 9 to 42 days old were used. Chandelier cells can be recognized in 9-day-old kittens as a distinct neuronal variety. In the 15- and 23-day-old kittens chandelier cells develop axonal complexes elongated vertically. In the 42-day-old kitten, they seem to have attained their adult morphology. They are not distributed uniformly and their predominance in certain areas suggest that they may have a relation with callosal projecting pyramidal cells.
Identifiersissn: 0165-3806
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