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Univ. of Illinois, Peoria. bargains a entire overview of contemporary advances made within the signaling box because it pertains to neuronal and cerebral functionality. equipped round 4 issues concerning mind features: reminiscence, neurodegeneration/apoptosis, temper problems, and drug dependence. For researchers. DNLM: sign Transduction--physiology.
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The Schaffer collateral pathway relays the signal from area CA3 to area CA1. In the example shown, LTP is induced by the stimulating electrode in the Schaffer collateral pathway and is recorded by the recording electrode in area CA1. (B) Different phases of LTP: E-LTP occurs after one tetanus (one filled triangle); L-LTP occurs after four tetani (four filled triangles). E-LTP lasts about 1 h, but L-LTP can last for up to 8 h in hippocampal slices. In contrast to E-LTP, L-LTP requires translation, transcription, and protein synthesis.
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