Role of kainate receptors in network activity during development.

Abstract

Distinct populations of kainate-type ionotropic glutamate receptors (KARs), located at various cell types and subcellular compartments and utilizing diverse downstream signaling mechanisms, represent an intricate system with large capacity for modulatory effects ranging from synapse-specific changes to alterations in the excitability of large neuronal… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-9557-5_8

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@article{Lauri2011RoleOK, title={Role of kainate receptors in network activity during development.}, author={Sari E Lauri and Tomi Taira}, journal={Advances in experimental medicine and biology}, year={2011}, volume={717}, pages={81-91} }