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Synaptic inhibition and disinhibition in the spinal dorsal horn.Academic Article Why?
Chloride Regulation: A Dynamic Equilibrium Crucial for Synaptic Inhibition.Academic Article Why?
Efficacy of synaptic inhibition depends on multiple, dynamically interacting mechanisms implicated in chloride homeostasis.Academic Article Why?
Prescott, StevePerson Why?
Regulation of Cortical Dynamic Range by Background Synaptic Noise and Feedforward Inhibition.Academic Article Why?
Gain control of firing rate by shunting inhibition: roles of synaptic noise and dendritic saturation.Academic Article Why?
Role of synaptic inhibition and the network-level effects of conventional and high-frequency spinal cord stimulationGrant Why?
Reduction of anion reversal potential subverts the inhibitory control of firing rate in spinal lamina I neurons: towards a biophysical basis for neuropathic pain.Academic Article Why?
hloride dysregulation and neuropathic pain: Linking molecular mechanisms with altered pain processing via identification of cellular and circuit level changesGrant Why?
Distinct properties of murine alpha 5 gamma-aminobutyric acid type a receptors revealed by biochemical fractionation and mass spectroscopy.Academic Article Why?
Cellular neuroplasticity mechanisms mediating pain persistence.Academic Article Why?
Frequency-dependent spatial distribution of human somatosensory evoked neuromagnetic fields.Academic Article Why?
Transgenic mice over-expressing GABA(B)R1a receptors acquire an atypical absence epilepsy-like phenotype.Academic Article Why?
Salter, MichaelPerson Why?
alpha5 Subunit-containing GABA(A) receptors mediate a slowly decaying inhibitory synaptic current in CA1 pyramidal neurons following Schaffer collateral activation.Academic Article Why?
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