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The S-Cells are sensory neurons in ''Tritonia''.  They form a cluster of about 80 neurons in the anterior pleural ganglion.  
 
The S-Cells are sensory neurons in ''Tritonia''.  They form a cluster of about 80 neurons in the anterior pleural ganglion.  
* Accession ID: [http://www.neuronbank.org:8080/Tritonia/Tri0002367 Tri0002367]
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* '''NeuronBank Accession ID:''' [http://www.neuronbank.org:8080/Tritonia/Tri0002367 Tri0002367]
* Neurotransmitter: Glutamate <ref> Megalou EV, Brandon CJ, Frost WN. Evidence That the Swim Afferent Neurons of
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* '''Species:''' [[Tritonia]]
Tritonia diomedea Are Glutamatergic. Biol Bull. 2009 Apr;216(2):103-12. PubMedPMID: 19366921. </ref>
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*''' Neurotransmitter:''' Glutamate <ref name="Magalou"> Megalou EV, Brandon CJ, Frost WN. Evidence That the Swim Afferent Neurons of Tritonia diomedea Are Glutamatergic. Biol Bull. 2009 Apr;216(2):103-12. PubMedPMID: 19366921. </ref>
  
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The S-cells were first identified by Getting in 1976 <ref name="Getting76"> Getting PA (1976) Afferent neurons mediating escape swimming of the marine mollusc, Tritonia. J Comp Physiol 110:271-286. [[Tri0002375]]</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
  
* Getting PA (1976) Afferent neurons mediating escape swimming of the marine mollusc, Tritonia. J Comp Physiol 110:271-286. [[Tri0002375]]
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[[Category: Tritonia]]
 
[[Category: Tritonia]]

Revision as of 14:10, 16 April 2009

The S-Cells are sensory neurons in Tritonia. They form a cluster of about 80 neurons in the anterior pleural ganglion.

  • NeuronBank Accession ID: Tri0002367
  • Species: Tritonia
  • Neurotransmitter: Glutamate <ref name="Magalou"> Megalou EV, Brandon CJ, Frost WN. Evidence That the Swim Afferent Neurons of Tritonia diomedea Are Glutamatergic. Biol Bull. 2009 Apr;216(2):103-12. PubMedPMID: 19366921. </ref>

The S-cells were first identified by Getting in 1976 <ref name="Getting76"> Getting PA (1976) Afferent neurons mediating escape swimming of the marine mollusc, Tritonia. J Comp Physiol 110:271-286. Tri0002375</ref>

References

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