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July 01, 2016

Volume 291Issue 27p13905-15407
Open Access
On The Cover: Inhibitory synapses are specialized intercellular junctions between presynaptic neurons that secrete the neurotransmitter GABA and selected neuronal targets whose activity is thereby suppressed. This image captures the formation of synapses between axons of GABAergic medium spiny neurons (in green) and a HEK293 cell expressing GABAA receptors (in blue) and fluorescent reporter mCherry (in red) in co-culture. For details see the article by Brown et al., pages 13926–13942....
On The Cover: Inhibitory synapses are specialized intercellular junctions between presynaptic neurons that secrete the neurotransmitter GABA and selected neuronal targets whose activity is thereby suppressed. This image captures the formation of synapses between axons of GABAergic medium spiny neurons (in green) and a HEK293 cell expressing GABAA receptors (in blue) and fluorescent reporter mCherry (in red) in co-culture. For details see the article by Brown et al., pages 13926–13942.

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