Activation of PI3-Kinase Is Required for AMPA Receptor Insertion during LTP of mEPSCs in Cultured Hippocampal Neurons

@article{Man2003ActivationOP,
  title={Activation of PI3-Kinase Is Required for AMPA Receptor Insertion during LTP of mEPSCs in Cultured Hippocampal Neurons},
  author={Heng-Ye Man and Qinhua Wang and Wei-yang Lu and William H. Ju and Gholamreza Ahmadian and Lidong Liu and Sandra D'Souza and Tak Pan Wong and Changiz Taghibiglou and Jie Lu and Laurence E. Becker and Lin Pei and Fang Liu and Matthias P. Wymann and John F. Macdonald and Yu Tian Wang},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2003},
  volume={38},
  pages={611-624}
}

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