Kindling causes persistent in vivo changes in firing rates and glutamate sensitivity of central piriform cortex neurons in rats

@article{Gernert2000KindlingCP,
  title={Kindling causes persistent in vivo changes in firing rates and glutamate sensitivity of central piriform cortex neurons in rats},
  author={M. Gernert and P. Bloms-Funke and U. Ebert and W. L{\"o}scher},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={99},
  pages={217-227}
}
The present experiments were undertaken to study whether amygdala kindling induces persistent alterations in the functional status of neurons of the central piriform cortex, a subregion of the piriform cortex identified previously as a site involved in the kindling process. Extracellular, single-unit recordings of piriform cortex neurons were made in anesthetized fully kindled rats at an interval of at least five weeks after the last seizure. Electrode implanted but not kindled rats served as… Expand
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