Receptor and transmitter release properties set the time course of retinal inhibition.

@article{Eggers2006ReceptorAT,
  title={Receptor and transmitter release properties set the time course of retinal inhibition.},
  author={Erika D Eggers and Peter D. Lukasiewicz},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={26 37},
  pages={
          9413-25
        }
}
Synaptic inhibition is determined by the properties of postsynaptic receptors, neurotransmitter release, and clearance, but little is known about how these factors shape sensation-evoked inhibition. The retina is an ideal system to investigate inhibition because it can be activated physiologically with light, and separate inhibitory pathways can be assayed by recording from rod bipolar cells that possess distinct glycine, GABA(A), and GABA(C) receptors (R). We show that receptor properties… CONTINUE READING

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