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Intrinsic dynamics in neuronal networks. I. Theory.
Many networks in the mammalian nervous system remain active in the absence of stimuli. This activity falls into two main patterns: steady firing at low rates and rhythmic bursting. How are theseExpand
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Effects of patterned electrical activity on neurite outgrowth from mouse sensory neurons
A noninvasive method of electric stimulation was used in cell culture preparations to determine the effects of patterned electrical activity on the morphology and motility of mammalian centralExpand
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Dendritic location of synapses and possible mechanisms for the monosynaptic EPSP in motoneurons.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS PAPER is to bring together recent experimental and theoretical results which, when considered together, add to our understanding of the monosynaptic excitatory postsynapticExpand
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Intrinsic dynamics in neuronal networks. II. experiment.
Neurons in many regions of the mammalian CNS remain active in the absence of stimuli. This activity falls into two main patterns: steady firing at low rates and rhythmic bursting. How these firingExpand
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The responses of single neurones in the cochlear nucleus of the cat as a function of their location and the anaesthetic state
Summary1.The response of single neurones in the cat cochlear nucleus to single tones have been studied as a function of their location in the dorsal, anteroventral and posteroventral divisions, withExpand
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Modulation of calcium currents by electrical activity.
Electrical activation of mouse dorsal root ganglion (DRG) neurons in cultures for 1-2 days produced a downregulation of voltage sensitive calcium currents, which persisted for > or = 24 h afterExpand
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Mouse spinal cord in cell culture. I. Morphology and intrinsic neuronal electrophysiologic properties.
1. Reliable methods for establishing fetal mouse spinal cord (SC) and dorsal root ganglion (DRG) cells in long term (greater than 1 mo) dissociated cell cultures are described. These cells have beenExpand
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Specific regulation of immediate early genes by patterned neuronal activity
Electrical activity shapes development of the nervous system, presumably in part by regulating gene expression. A set of regulatory genes, immediate early genes (IEGs), which are responsive to aExpand
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Selected neurotrophins, neuropeptides, and cytokines: developmental trajectory and concentrations in neonatal blood of children with autism or Down syndrome
Using a double‐antibody immunoaffinity assay (Luminex) and ELISA technology, we measured concentrations of certain neurotrophins, neuropeptides, and cytokines in pooled samples (one to three subjectsExpand
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Glia cell line-derived neurotrophic factorregulates the distribution of acetylcholine receptors in mouse primary skeletal muscle cells
It was recently reported that glia cell line-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF) facilitates presynaptic axonal growth and neurotransmitter release at neuromuscular synapses. Little is known, however,Expand
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