Dendritic SK channels convert NMDA-R-dependent LTD to burst timing-dependent plasticity.

  title={Dendritic SK channels convert NMDA-R-dependent LTD to burst timing-dependent plasticity.},
  author={Erik Harvey-Girard and Leonard Maler},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={110 12},
Feedback and descending projections from higher to lower brain centers play a prominent role in all vertebrate sensory systems. Feedback might be optimized for the specific sensory processing tasks in their target brain centers, but it has been difficult to connect the properties of feedback synapses to sensory tasks. Here, we use the electrosensory system of a gymnotiform fish (Apteronotus leptorhynchus) to address this problem. Cerebellar feedback to pyramidal cells in the first central… CONTINUE READING


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