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[GABA, a key transmitter for fetal brain maturation].
GABA, the principal inhibitory transmitter excites immature neurons in all animal species studied. This is due to the higher intracellular concentration of chloride at early developmental stages.Expand
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The allosteric glycine site of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor modulates GABAergic-mediated synaptic events in neonatal rat CA 3 hippocampal neurons ( development / spontaneous synaptic potentials
We report in this study that, in the presence of magnesium, bath application of micromolar concentrations of glycine have prominent effects on synaptic events and N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA)Expand
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Advisory Editorial Board Anders Björklund, Lund, Sweden J. Paul Bolam, Oxford, UK Sarah W. Bottjer, Los Angeles, CA, USA Barry J. Dickson, Vienna, Austria John F. Disterhoft, Chicago, IL, USA ChrisExpand
Contents page + Editorial Board
Advisory Editorial Board Anders Björklund, Lund, Sweden J. Paul Bolam, Oxford, UK Sarah W. Bottjer, Los Angeles, CA, USA Barry J. Dickson, Vienna, Austria John F. Disterhoft, Chicago, IL, USA ChrisExpand