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2007) A neuroligin-3 mutation implicated in autism increases inhibitory synaptic transmission in mice.
Synaptic transmission by endogenous neurotransmitters via autoreceptors or heteroreceptors is modulated within neuronal circuits.
Conclusion: These results indicate that TEN enhances the basic synaptic transmission via stimulating presynaptic intracellular calcium.
2000) "Effects of hemoglobin and its breakdown products on synaptic transmission in rat hippocampal CA1 neurons", Brain Res.
As mentioned previously, Wang and colleagues (2010) have described an increase in NMDAR-mediated synaptic transmission that begins just after the end of an acute exposure to ethanol and which seems to be largest in the DMS (figure 1C).
V][beta] was determined using standard immunolocalization techniques with both isolated cnidocytes and cnidocytes in situ to determine if it is involved in the exocytotic events that underlie cnidocyte discharge, synaptic transmission to elements of the animal's nervous system, or both.
Accumulation and extrusion of permeant Ca2+ chelators in attenuation of synaptic transmission at hippocampal CA1 neurons.
12) These receptors play key roles in learning and memory, (13),(14),(15) in excitatory synaptic transmission, (16) as well as in the central regulation of bodily functions.
In their current paper, Vyleta and Jonas ask whether, given the advantages of tight coupling -- including the speed, temporal precision, fidelity and energy efficiency of synaptic transmission -- any synapse in the mature central nervous system makes use of loose coupling?
It participates in processes such as neuronal precursor-cell proliferation, cellular homeostasis, synaptic transmission, growth, migration, survival as well as cell death.
This is important because the generation of new neurons, new synaptic circuits and synaptic transmission all require substantial energy.
The upregulation of gap junctional complexes may be regarded as a useful way of informing the chromaffine cells when cholinergic synaptic transmission is absent; they might just as well be nonfunctional for various reasons.
This has a critical influence on synaptic transmission by both terminating receptor-mediated signaling and replenishing vesicular neurotransmitter pools.
It is believed that EVP-6124 offers a novel mechanism of action by enhancing synaptic transmission in the brain and acting as a co-agonist in combination with Acetylcholine (ACh) to enhance cognition.