Nicotinic and muscarinic modulations of excitatory synaptic transmission in the rat prefrontal cortex in vitro.


The importance of the cholinergic innervation of the neocortex in cognitive functions has been shown in a number of clinical and animal studies. Until recently, attempts to study the mode of action of acetylcholine in the neocortex have concentrated on muscarinic effects, whereas cholinergic actions mediated by nicotinic receptors have been difficult to… (More)


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