Activity-dependent synaptic plasticity in retinal ganglion cells.

@article{Xia2007ActivitydependentSP,
  title={Activity-dependent synaptic plasticity in retinal ganglion cells.},
  author={Yingqiu Xia and Scott Nawy and Reed C. Carroll},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2007},
  volume={27 45},
  pages={
          12221-9
        }
}
At many excitatory synapses, AMPA-type receptors (AMPARs) are not statically situated in the membrane, but undergo continuous rounds of endocytosis and exocytosis, referred to as rapid cycling. AMPAR cycling is believed to play a role in certain forms of synaptic plasticity, but the link between cycling and synaptic function is not well understood. We have previously demonstrated that AMPARs cycle in neurons of the inner retina, including amacrine and ganglion cells, and that cycling is… CONTINUE READING
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