Residual Ca2 + and short-term synaptic plasticity

Abstract

AT many synapses, the amount of transmitter released by action potentials increases progressively during a train of spikes. This enhancement of evoked transmitter release grows during tetanic stimulation with several time constants, each bearing a different name (facilitation: tens to hundreds of milliseconds; augmentation: several seconds; potentiation… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/371603a0

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