Nitric oxide mediates activity-dependent plasticity of retinal bipolar cell output via S-nitrosylation.

@article{Tooker2013NitricOM,
  title={Nitric oxide mediates activity-dependent plasticity of retinal bipolar cell output via S-nitrosylation.},
  author={Ryan E. Tooker and Mikhail Y. Lipin and Val{\'e}rie Leuranguer and Eva R{\'o}zsa and Jayne R. Bramley and Jacqueline Lorraine Harding and Melissa M Reynolds and Jozsef Vigh},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 49},
  pages={
          19176-93
        }
}
Coding a wide range of light intensities in natural scenes poses a challenge for the retina: adaptation to bright light should not compromise sensitivity to dim light. Here we report a novel form of activity-dependent synaptic plasticity, specifically, a "weighted potentiation" that selectively increases output of Mb-type bipolar cells in the goldfish retina in response to weak inputs but leaves the input-output ratio for strong stimuli unaffected. In retinal slice preparation, strong… CONTINUE READING

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