A Self-Regulating Gap Junction Network of Amacrine Cells Controls Nitric Oxide Release in the Retina

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Jacoby et al. show that a single amacrine cell type, the nNOS-2 AC, controls nitric oxide (NO) release in the retina. nNOS-2 ACs are electrically coupled in the dark and decouple in the light by sensing their own NO release.

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