Synaptic plasticity: hippocampal LTP.

@article{Larkman1995SynapticPH,
  title={Synaptic plasticity: hippocampal LTP.},
  author={A. U. Larkman and Julian J B Jack},
  journal={Current opinion in neurobiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={324-34}
}
One of the most intensively studied forms of synaptic plasticity is long-term potentiation (LTP). The past year has seen further evidence advanced on both sides of the presynaptic/postsynaptic locus of expression debate, without an obvious path to reconcile the two views. Real progress has been made, however, in clarifying the possible role of nitric oxide as a retrograde messenger and the cellular location of its synthetic enzyme. Intriguing glimpses of the complex involvement of metabotropic… CONTINUE READING

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