The dynamic sensitivity of pyramidal tract neurones is influenced by previous activity

@article{Baldissera1985TheDS,
  title={The dynamic sensitivity of pyramidal tract neurones is influenced by previous activity},
  author={Fausto Baldissera and Paola Campadelli and L. Piccinelli},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1985},
  volume={58},
  pages={41-44}
}
The dynamic sensitivity of Pyramidal Tract (PT) neurones has been examined in silent cells and after pre-activation with an action potential evoked at different intervals before the discharge onset. In the resting conditions the dynamic sensitivity increases after the first interspike interval of the repetitive discharge. When a conditioning spike precedes the discharge onset by 50 ms (i.e. of a time sufficient for its afterhyperpolarization, AHP, to fade out) the dynamic sensitivity becomes… CONTINUE READING
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