Induction and expression of long- and short-term neurosecretory potentiation in a neural cell line

Abstract

In a neural cell line, the secretion of excitatory amino acids in response to a depolarizing stimulus is potentiated by the addition of serotonin. The duration of this potentiation is dependent on the strength of the stimulus. Persistent secretory potentiation induced by a strong stimulus requires the activation of both serotonin and NMDA receptors… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/0896-6273(95)90082-9

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