Reports of presence of alpha2 GABA in: CBX.
Cell typeCell type position in regionHemisphereQualitative density of alpha2 GABA in CBXAnnotationReferenceCollator
Purkinje neuroneverywherebilateralnot presentAll the other [than alpha1, beta2, gamma2] subunits were not expressed to detectable levels in Purkinje cells (see Fig. 7).Persohn E., Malherbe P. & Richards J.G., 1992
molecular layer of cerebellar cortexbilateralnot presentIn the molecular layer some cells (probably stellate cells) were labeled by the alpha1 (Fig. 7), beta2 (Fig. 7), and gamma2 probes to a moderate to weak degree. Collator note: see also Table 1 page 209.Persohn E., Malherbe P. & Richards J.G., 1992
cerebellar granule celleverywherebilateralnot presentIn the granular layer, granule cells were labeled with all subunit probes to a very strong (alpha6 [Fig. 31], beta2 [Fig. 7], delta [Fig. 31]) to weak degree (alpha5 [Fig. 6e]), except apha2, apha3, and gamma1.Persohn E., Malherbe P. & Richards J.G., 1992