dendrodendritic

dendrodendritic

 [den″dro-den-drit´ik]
referring to a synapse between dendrites of two neurons.
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Synapses between two dendrites of different neurons are called dendrodendritic synapses and mediate lateral recurrent and lateral inhibition that causes reciprocal effects on sensory processing in the olfactory bulb and retina.
This could explain why in OB the dendrodendritic connections predominate because most of their interneurons do not have an axon (Crespo et al., 2013; Kato el al., 2013; Nagayama et al.), therefore, the lack of axodendritic or axosomatic connections between the interneurons and the projection neurons (mitral cells and tufted cells), would make it difficult to transport the virus between the latter and the neighboring interneurons.
[19] Classification by PCA and Dendrodendritic. [20] The overlapped Detection of red blood cells in microscopic images of blood smear.
Granular cells have no axons and they release GABA using specific long dendritic spines forming dendrodendritic reciprocal synapses with mitral cells [126, 128].
Mainen, "Dendrodendritic synaptic signals in olfactory bulb granule cells: local spine boost and global low-threshold spike," Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Brown, "Dendrodendritic inhibition and simulated odor responses in a detailed olfactory bulb network model," Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.
GCs make distributed reciprocal dendrodendritic synaptic contacts along the secondary dendrites of MTCs and, via GABA release, provide both feedback and feedforward inhibition of the primary neurons (1).
have proposed that electrophysiological alterations at the dendrodendritic synapse in the OB could underlie the behavior phenotypes.
The plasticity of dendrodendritic synaptic transmission was altered between the granule cells and mitral cells.
Disruption was observed in local field potential (LFP) oscillation and in the plasticity of the dendrodendritic synapse, either, or both, of which could contribute to the behavioral phenotype in [Prnp.sup.-/-] mice.
Altering the dendrodendritic synapse may have multiple functional consequences.
High-frequency oscillations in the OB are shown to result from the rapid and reciprocal interactions between granule and mitral cells across the dendrodendritic synapse in vitro.