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''This is a template for creating a NeuronBank wiki page for a Neuron.''
 
''This is a template for creating a NeuronBank wiki page for a Neuron.''
  
'''''' is a neuron in.
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'''Neuron name''' is a neuron in.
 
== Basic information ==
 
== Basic information ==
 
[[Image:512px-PurkinjeCell.jpg|thumb|200px|right|You can replace this image with a picture of the cell. To upload a new image, go to [[Special:Upload| Upload file]] on the left menu.  Make sure that you cite where the image was taken from and give attribution.  Provide a link to the source when possible.]]
 
[[Image:512px-PurkinjeCell.jpg|thumb|200px|right|You can replace this image with a picture of the cell. To upload a new image, go to [[Special:Upload| Upload file]] on the left menu.  Make sure that you cite where the image was taken from and give attribution.  Provide a link to the source when possible.]]
 
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'''Amphid Neuron:''' Sensory Neuron, Motor Neuron, local interneuron, projection neuron, etc...
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'''Neuron:''' Sensory Neuron, Motor Neuron, local interneuron, projection neuron, etc...
  
 
== Anatomy ==
 
== Anatomy ==

Revision as of 21:34, 26 August 2008

This is a template for creating a NeuronBank wiki page for a Neuron.

Neuron name is a neuron in.

Basic information

You can replace this image with a picture of the cell. To upload a new image, go to Upload file on the left menu. Make sure that you cite where the image was taken from and give attribution. Provide a link to the source when possible.

Neuron: Sensory Neuron, Motor Neuron, local interneuron, projection neuron, etc...

Anatomy

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  • Where is the Cell body located?
  • What is the axon projection pattern?
  • How many neurons of this type are there in the nervous system?

Molecular profile

  • Neurotransmitter: ____________
  • Unique molecular markers: ______________

Physiology

Synaptic Connections

Synaptic Inputs

Synaptic Outputs

Spiking properties

Behavior

References

  1. Author1 FM,Author2 FM (year) Title, Journal, vol: pages. PMID.
  2. Author1 FM,Author2 FM (year) Title, Journal, vol: pages. PMID.


Additional information

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