Interneurons Are Not All Created Equally, Some Classes of Interneurons May Underlie Distinct Brain Disorders

Source: 
Science Daily
Date Published: 
September 8, 2010
Abstract: 

Study contests the idea that interneurons have broad, non-specific functions and argues that interneurons have well-defined properties and roles. If classified by their unique features, they may be utilized for specific forms of inhibition.