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George E. Carvell, PhD, PT   University of Pittsburgh
 
Unless otherwise designated the following references apply to the figure/table codes:
Benarroch etal = E.E. Benarroch, B.F. Westmoreland, J.R. Daube, T.J. Reagan and B.A. Sandok, Medical Neurosciences: An Approach to Anatomy, Pathology, and Physiology by Systems and Levels, Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 4th Ed., 1999.
Brodal = A. Brodal, Neurological Anatomy in Relation to Clinical Medicine. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1981.
BC&P = M.F. Bear, B.W. Conners and M.A. Paradiso, Neuroscience : Exploring The Brain. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001.
C&S = M.B. Carpenter and J. Sutin, Human Neuroanatomy. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1983.
GMOMM = G.E. Carvell, Gray Matter on My Mind: GMOMM 2001, Smalldog Productions, Inc., (electronic pub), 2001
Krieg = W.J.S.  Krieg, Functional Neuroanatomy. New York: Blakiston Co. (2nd ed.), 1953.
KS&J = E.R. Kandel, J.H. Schwartz, and T.M. Jessell, Principles of Neural Science. New York: McGraw Hill (4th ed.), 2000.
Kyriazi = H.T. Kyriazi, G.E. Carvell, J.C. Brumberg and D.J. Simons, Quantitative Effects of GABA and Bicuculline Methiodide on Receptive Field Properties of Neurons in Real and Simulated Whisker Barrels. J Neurophysiol 75: 547-560, 1996.
Nolte = J. Nolte, The Human Brain: An Introduction To Its Functional Anatomy. St. Louis: Mosby, 1999.
READINGS: E.E. Benarroch, B.F. Westmoreland, J.R. Daube, T.J. Reagan and B.A. Sandok, Medical Neurosciences: An Approach to Anatomy, Pathology, and Physiology by Systems and Levels, Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 4th Ed., 1999. Chapters 1-4, 6, 11  and Review GMOMM 2001 Brain Structure/Function, & Brain Study Buddy
HRS 2305 ADVANCED NEUROSCIENCE NERVOUS SYSTEM I.A: NEUROANATOMY FIGURE REFS
   Reconstructed Fast-Spiking Interneuron (Smooth Stellate Neuron) from Rat Somatosensory Barrel Cortex found on Home Page is courtesy of Peter W. Land, PhD, Department of Neurobiology, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh. Neuron was identified using a patch-clamp recording technique as an inhibitory (GABAergic) neuron based on its physiological characteristics and then it was filled intracellularly with Biocytin (brain slice preparation). This gorgeous cell, and its equally attractive neurites, were carefully redrawn using a Zeiss light microscope fitted with camera lucida optics.
Such neurons are required to keep our highly excitable brains civilized.
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