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by Michel Baudry,Joel L. Davis

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Author:
Michel Baudry,Joel L. Davis
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978-0262023702
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0262023709
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A Bradford Book (June 15, 1994)
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Following the successful format of the first volume on long-term potentiation-a leading candidate for the neuronal basis of learning and memory-Volume 2 brings together the most recent data and hypotheses by top neuroscientists regarding the mechanisms of this phenomenon and of long-term depression (LTD). This up-to-date addition to the series on Long-Term Potentiation makes the series the definitive work in the field

The levels of analysis range from molecular to cellular and network, the unifying theme being the nature of the relationships between synaptic plasticity and information processing and storage

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Dean of Biomedical Sciences Michel Baudry, M. Baudry, Joel L. Since its discovery by neuroscientists in 1972, long-term potentiation (LTP) of synaptic transmission has been a prime candidate for a cellular explanation of memory and an exciting source of controversies that run from the molecular to the behavioral level.

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Long-Term Potentiation offers the most recent hypotheses concerning the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying LTP and LTD, discusses the functional significance of LTP and LTD in. .M.

The book is organized into several sections covering different aspects of the field ranging from molecular and cellular processes to network models.

Baudry, Michel; Thompson, Richard . Davis, Joel L. (1994). Nicotine-induced plasticity during development: Modulation of the cholinergic system and long-term consequences for circuits involved in attention and sensory processing". Synaptic Plasticity: Molecular, Cellular, and Functional Aspects". Baudry, Michel; Thompson, Richard .

Global long-term potentiation (LTP) was induced in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures by a brief application . A chemical form of synaptic potentiation was produced with a brief bath application of NMDA to rat hippocampal slices

Global long-term potentiation (LTP) was induced in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures by a brief application of 10 mM glycine. Glycine-induced LTP was occluded by previous theta burs. More). A chemical form of synaptic potentiation was produced with a brief bath application of NMDA to rat hippocampal slices. Two methods were used to assess changes in membrane-bound AMPA receptors.

Following the successful format of the first volume on long-term potentiation―a leading candidate for the neuronal basis of learning and memory―Volume 2 brings together the most recent data and hypotheses by top neuroscientists regarding the mechanisms of this phenomenon and of long-term depression (LTD).Following the successful format of the first volume on long- term potentiation―a leading candidate for the neuronal basis of learning and memory―Volume 2 brings together the most recent data and hypotheses by top neuroscientists regarding the mechanisms of this phenomenon and of long-term depression (LTD). The book is divided into several sections covering different aspects of the field ranging from molecular mechanisms of plasticity to computational neurobiology. It revisits some of the major points covered in Volume 1, updating them in this fast-moving field. It also introduces several new issues that have arisen since then. Of the many possible new topics that could have been added, the editors have focused on retrograde messengers and the mechanisms and functions of LTP and LTD because they are the subject of much interest, research, and controversy. The section on retrograde messengers deals primarily with nitric oxide.