A-ci1

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A-ci1 is a a commissural interneuron in the cerebral ganglion of Pleurobranchaea


Anatomy

Electrophysiology

  • A-ci1 is rhythmically active in the dorsal phase of the swim motor pattern (Jing and Gillette, 2000).

References

  • J. Jing and R. Gillette. Central pattern generator for escape swimming in the notaspid sea slug Pleurobranchaea californica. J.Neurophysiol. 81 (2):654-667, 1999. PMID:10036268
  • Jing, J. and R. Gillette (2000). Escape swim network interneurons have diverse roles in behavioral switching and putative arousal in Pleurobranchaea. J. Neurophysiol 83(3): 1346-1355. PMID:0010712462