Levels of Spontaneous Activity and Spike Responses of Cortical Neurons to Local Administration of Excitatory Amino Acids to Their Dendrites and Bodies
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Studies of cortical cortex slices showed that spontaneous neuron activity depended on the conditions of transmission of excitation from dendrites to the body. Studies using a measure of the efficiency of dendrosomatic conduction showed that cortical neurons constituted a significantly heterogeneous population. Spike reactions to direct excitation of cell bodies were relatively stable in neurons with different levels of spontaneous activity.
Key Wordscortical neurons spontaneous activity excitatory amino acids dendrites soma
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