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L2 Interneurons

A selection of all L2 interneurons that have more than 800 incoming excitatory synapses

Excitatory/Inhibitory Synapses (Volumetric)

Incoming inhibitory (red) or excitatory (green) synapses, rendered over transparent neurons.

Cortical Layers

Layers 1-6 and white matter

6-Class Subcompartments

Volumetric labels for soma, axon, dendrite, astrocyte, axon initial segment, and cilia

Axon Whorl

Unique whorled axon that makes multiple florets and synapses on soma and dendritic shafts of spiny neurons

Blood Vessels *

Vasculature within the tissue rendered in 3D

Chandelier Cell

A chandelier cell and some of the pyramidal neurons it inhibits

Excitatory/Inhibitory Synapses (Point)

Incoming excitatory (yellow) and inhibitory (blue) synapses, rendered as point annotations

Interacting Climbing Dendrites

Two dendrites from separate axons running in parallel, side-by-side

L4 Cell Bodies *

Layer 4 pyramidal neurons in red and the cells they are connected to (cell bodies only)

Whorled Myelin

A loosely coiled bundle of myelin

Myelinated Dendrite (Gray)

A myelinated dendritic trunk appearing in gray matter

Myelinated Dendrite (White)

A myelinated dendritic trunk appearing in white matter

"Parasitic" Glial Cells

Many glial cells appear "glued" to onto large pyramidal cells, with many appearing right next to somas.

Self-Contact

A neuron with unusual propensity for self-contact (Credit: Rachael Han)

Serial Contact

An axon making repeated connections onto a dendrite

Engulfed Soma

A soma engulfed by another neuron's dendritic process

Neuron With Two Axons

Both make outgoing synapses within the volume.

Soma Wrapping Around Blood Vessel

Unusually shaped pyramidal cell that appears to be wrapped around a nearby blood vessesl.

Incoming Axons *

All ~4k incoming connections for a pyramidal cell, generated with CREST (note: very long load times)