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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.



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

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