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Large calyciform synapses in the rat reticular thalamic nucleus are characterized by the presence of g-aminobutyric acid. Presynaptic terminals are also loaded with calcium-binding proteins such as parvalbumin, calbindin, calretinin and calcineurin. The number of calyciform terminals containing g-aminobutyric acid and parvalbumin is 2005 in young adult rats; calbindin is present in 1500, calretinin in 850 and calcineurin in 560 calyciform terminals. Developmental studies revealed thatdoi:10.1097/00001756-200604240-00004 pmid:16603914 fatcat:ge4ghfjdufccxo5ljmbztht6ui