H Spangenberger

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Tetanus-induced long-term potentiation (LTP) of population action potentials at 22 degrees C was investigated in area CA1 of hippocampal slices prepared from hibernating (HH) and warm-acclimated Turkish hamsters (WH) and rats. LTP elicited at this temperature was significantly stronger in HH slices compared to WH and rat slices. Hibernation-related(More)
The effects of adenosine on synaptic transmission were studied with extracellular recordings of stimulus-induced population action potentials in area CA1 of hippocampal slices prepared from hibernating (HH) and warm-acclimated Turkish hamsters (WH) and rats. In HH as well as WH and rat slices, adenosine generally reduced the population spike amplitude and(More)
The effects of histamine on synaptic transmission were studied at 37 degrees C and 22 degrees C with extracellular recordings of stimulus-induced population action potentials in area CA1 of hippocampal slices prepared from hibernating (HTH) and warm-acclimated Turkish hamsters (WTH) and rats. In rat slices, application of 50 microM histamine had no effects(More)
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