Frank Neugebauer

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Hippocampal long-term potentiation (LTP) is considered as a cellular model of memory formation. Specific, electrical weak tetanization of distinct afferents such as the medial perforant path results in a short-lasting, protein synthesis-independent early-LTP (up to 4 h) within the dentate gyrus. A stronger tetanization leads to late-LTP (>4 h), which is(More)
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