Activity-Dependent Tuning of Inhibitory Neurotransmission Based on GABAAR Diffusion Dynamics

@article{Bannai2009ActivityDependentTO,
  title={Activity-Dependent Tuning of Inhibitory Neurotransmission Based on GABAAR Diffusion Dynamics},
  author={Hiroko Bannai and Sabine L{\'e}vi and Claude Schweizer and Takafumi Inoue and Thomas Launey and Victor Racine and Jean-Baptiste Sibarita and Katsuhiko Mikoshiba and Antoine Triller},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2009},
  volume={62},
  pages={670-682}
}

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