Differential neuroplastic changes in neocortical movement representations and dendritic morphology in epilepsy-prone and epilepsy-resistant rat strains following high-frequency stimulation.

@article{Flynn2004DifferentialNC,
  title={Differential neuroplastic changes in neocortical movement representations and dendritic morphology in epilepsy-prone and epilepsy-resistant rat strains following high-frequency stimulation.},
  author={Corey Flynn and M. Monfils and Jeffery A Kleim and Bryan Kolb and Dan McIntyre and G. Campbell Teskey},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={19 8},
  pages={2319-28}
}
The epileptogenic-prone (FAST) and epileptogenic-resistant (SLOW) rat strains have become a valuable tool for investigating the neurochemical and neurophysiological basis of epilepsy. This study examined the two strains with respect to their neocortical movement representations and cortical layer III pyramidal cell dendritic morphology in both control and… CONTINUE READING