Long-term plasticity of visually evoked potentials in humans is altered in major depression.

@article{Normann2007LongtermPO,
  title={Long-term plasticity of visually evoked potentials in humans is altered in major depression.},
  author={Claus Normann and Daniela Schmitz and Andrea F{\"u}rmaier and Carsten Doeing and Michael Bach},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  year={2007},
  volume={62 5},
  pages={373-80}
}
BACKGROUND Long-term synaptic plasticity is a ubiquitous form of neuronal plasticity that regulates the strength of synaptic transmission in many brain areas. However, most data on long-term potentiation and long-term depression rely on research in animal brain slices. The role of synaptic plasticity in physiology and pathology of the functioning human brain remains obscure. Considering recent studies that provided evidence for a dysfunction of brain plasticity as the neurobiological basis of… CONTINUE READING

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