What do you know about acetylcholine? What about its role in the developing brain? Are there diseases of the central nervous system due to abnormal cholinergic transmission in paediatrics? Our current knowledge about disorders of neurotransmission in children is focused on transmitters such as dopamine, serotonin or GABA. By contrast little is known about the […]
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Calcium: is all about control and precision
The precise GABAergic calcium control plays a key role in neuronal plasticity The perisomatic inhibitory control is already known, which can control the action potential output from the post-synaptic cell. The precise level at which this is done, is for the first time described, demonstrating an exquisite compartmentalized control on the heads of dendrite […]
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