By Larry R. Squire (Eds.)
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In urethane-cloralose anesthetized animals, we stimulated the main input to the hippocampal formation, the perforant path, and we recorded simultaneously from three stations: the dentate granule cells, the CA3, and the CA1 pyramidal cells. The initial effect of the perforant volley was the excitation of granule cells as seen by both ﬁeld potential and intracellular records. The next station was the excitation of CA3 neurons, although their excitability was much lower and only a minor fraction gave discharges.
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Perhaps the most signiﬁcant observation was that mice which lack the gene for the A-subunit of the tetrameric AMPA receptor fail to develop LTP, while ordinary low-frequency synaptic transmission remains intact. , 1999). , 1998). As is often the case in science, for each new advance more questions are raised. Apparently, there is a complex molecular arrangement in the postsynaptic density of spines, involving both AMPA and NMDA receptors and binding proteins linking these to the cytoskeleton, which inﬂuence a variety of mechanisms for receptor changes involved in various stages of the LTP expression.
Autobiographies by Larry R. Squire (Eds.)