An interneuron is a neuron that relays impulses between other neurons.

GABAergic interneurons express numerous different receptor subtypes (hence are susceptible to the effects of numerous different receptors and their neurotransmitters) and they communicate utilizing GABA as their neurotransmitter. As GABA is inhibitory in nature, any drug that inhibits the activity of a GABAergic interneuron will increase the activity of the neurons they act on. 

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