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    CCK-positive interneurons also release glutamate onto a subset of postsynaptic targets. A, Examples from a postsynaptic interneuron showing an EPSC (blue arrow) that consistently follows the onset of the light-evoked IPSC in successive light flashes. B, Glutamate receptor blockers <t>CNQX</t> <t>and</t> <t>APV</t> selectively inhibit the EPSC, leaving the IPSC intact. C, The further addition of a GABA-A receptor antagonist to the glutamate blockers eliminates the light-evoked postsynaptic responses completely. D, Histogram of latency from light onset demonstrates the respective timing of the light-evoked EPSCs (orange) and IPSCs (blue). The EPSCs occur later than the IPSCs but within 5–9 ms of light onset. E, Pie chart shows the relative proportions of cell types showing light-evoked EPSCs. Regular spiking (RS) interneurons are the most common type that show these light-evoked glutamatergic EPSCs, with examples also seen in a low threshold (LT) interneuron and in regular (RS) and burst spiking (BS) pyramidal (Pyr)neurons.
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    CCK-positive interneurons also release glutamate onto a subset of postsynaptic targets. A, Examples from a postsynaptic interneuron showing an EPSC (blue arrow) that consistently follows the onset of the light-evoked IPSC in successive light flashes. B, Glutamate receptor blockers <t>CNQX</t> <t>and</t> <t>APV</t> selectively inhibit the EPSC, leaving the IPSC intact. C, The further addition of a GABA-A receptor antagonist to the glutamate blockers eliminates the light-evoked postsynaptic responses completely. D, Histogram of latency from light onset demonstrates the respective timing of the light-evoked EPSCs (orange) and IPSCs (blue). The EPSCs occur later than the IPSCs but within 5–9 ms of light onset. E, Pie chart shows the relative proportions of cell types showing light-evoked EPSCs. Regular spiking (RS) interneurons are the most common type that show these light-evoked glutamatergic EPSCs, with examples also seen in a low threshold (LT) interneuron and in regular (RS) and burst spiking (BS) pyramidal (Pyr)neurons.
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    CCK-positive interneurons also release glutamate onto a subset of postsynaptic targets. A, Examples from a postsynaptic interneuron showing an EPSC (blue arrow) that consistently follows the onset of the light-evoked IPSC in successive light flashes. B, Glutamate receptor blockers <t>CNQX</t> <t>and</t> <t>APV</t> selectively inhibit the EPSC, leaving the IPSC intact. C, The further addition of a GABA-A receptor antagonist to the glutamate blockers eliminates the light-evoked postsynaptic responses completely. D, Histogram of latency from light onset demonstrates the respective timing of the light-evoked EPSCs (orange) and IPSCs (blue). The EPSCs occur later than the IPSCs but within 5–9 ms of light onset. E, Pie chart shows the relative proportions of cell types showing light-evoked EPSCs. Regular spiking (RS) interneurons are the most common type that show these light-evoked glutamatergic EPSCs, with examples also seen in a low threshold (LT) interneuron and in regular (RS) and burst spiking (BS) pyramidal (Pyr)neurons.
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    CCK-positive interneurons also release glutamate onto a subset of postsynaptic targets. A, Examples from a postsynaptic interneuron showing an EPSC (blue arrow) that consistently follows the onset of the light-evoked IPSC in successive light flashes. B, Glutamate receptor blockers <t>CNQX</t> <t>and</t> <t>APV</t> selectively inhibit the EPSC, leaving the IPSC intact. C, The further addition of a GABA-A receptor antagonist to the glutamate blockers eliminates the light-evoked postsynaptic responses completely. D, Histogram of latency from light onset demonstrates the respective timing of the light-evoked EPSCs (orange) and IPSCs (blue). The EPSCs occur later than the IPSCs but within 5–9 ms of light onset. E, Pie chart shows the relative proportions of cell types showing light-evoked EPSCs. Regular spiking (RS) interneurons are the most common type that show these light-evoked glutamatergic EPSCs, with examples also seen in a low threshold (LT) interneuron and in regular (RS) and burst spiking (BS) pyramidal (Pyr)neurons.
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    CCK-positive interneurons also release glutamate onto a subset of postsynaptic targets. A, Examples from a postsynaptic interneuron showing an EPSC (blue arrow) that consistently follows the onset of the light-evoked IPSC in successive light flashes. B, Glutamate receptor blockers <t>CNQX</t> <t>and</t> <t>APV</t> selectively inhibit the EPSC, leaving the IPSC intact. C, The further addition of a GABA-A receptor antagonist to the glutamate blockers eliminates the light-evoked postsynaptic responses completely. D, Histogram of latency from light onset demonstrates the respective timing of the light-evoked EPSCs (orange) and IPSCs (blue). The EPSCs occur later than the IPSCs but within 5–9 ms of light onset. E, Pie chart shows the relative proportions of cell types showing light-evoked EPSCs. Regular spiking (RS) interneurons are the most common type that show these light-evoked glutamatergic EPSCs, with examples also seen in a low threshold (LT) interneuron and in regular (RS) and burst spiking (BS) pyramidal (Pyr)neurons.
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    CCK-positive interneurons also release glutamate onto a subset of postsynaptic targets. A, Examples from a postsynaptic interneuron showing an EPSC (blue arrow) that consistently follows the onset of the light-evoked IPSC in successive light flashes. B, Glutamate receptor blockers CNQX and APV selectively inhibit the EPSC, leaving the IPSC intact. C, The further addition of a GABA-A receptor antagonist to the glutamate blockers eliminates the light-evoked postsynaptic responses completely. D, Histogram of latency from light onset demonstrates the respective timing of the light-evoked EPSCs (orange) and IPSCs (blue). The EPSCs occur later than the IPSCs but within 5–9 ms of light onset. E, Pie chart shows the relative proportions of cell types showing light-evoked EPSCs. Regular spiking (RS) interneurons are the most common type that show these light-evoked glutamatergic EPSCs, with examples also seen in a low threshold (LT) interneuron and in regular (RS) and burst spiking (BS) pyramidal (Pyr)neurons.

    Journal: The Journal of Neuroscience

    Article Title: Cholecystokinin-Expressing Interneurons of the Medial Prefrontal Cortex Mediate Working Memory Retrieval

    doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1919-19.2020

    Figure Lengend Snippet: CCK-positive interneurons also release glutamate onto a subset of postsynaptic targets. A, Examples from a postsynaptic interneuron showing an EPSC (blue arrow) that consistently follows the onset of the light-evoked IPSC in successive light flashes. B, Glutamate receptor blockers CNQX and APV selectively inhibit the EPSC, leaving the IPSC intact. C, The further addition of a GABA-A receptor antagonist to the glutamate blockers eliminates the light-evoked postsynaptic responses completely. D, Histogram of latency from light onset demonstrates the respective timing of the light-evoked EPSCs (orange) and IPSCs (blue). The EPSCs occur later than the IPSCs but within 5–9 ms of light onset. E, Pie chart shows the relative proportions of cell types showing light-evoked EPSCs. Regular spiking (RS) interneurons are the most common type that show these light-evoked glutamatergic EPSCs, with examples also seen in a low threshold (LT) interneuron and in regular (RS) and burst spiking (BS) pyramidal (Pyr)neurons.

    Article Snippet: CNQX (Alomone Labs, 20 μ m ) and APV (Alomone Labs, 50 μ m ) were used to block AMPA receptors.

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