[Neuroscience] Re: LTP and STDP
(by Benjamin from verizon.net)
Tue Feb 20 05:41:04 EST 2007
"Christian Wilms" <usenet02 from out-of-phase.de> wrote in message
news:1httzkg.1jjfi861820ciwN%usenet02 from out-of-phase.de...
> <Cervellone from gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am very sorry, but i didnt undestand a lot of your explanation. You
>> use i think a lot of computational neuroscience terms im not familiar
> Jean-Pierre, KP does not use terms from computational neuroscience. He
> uses terms from his very own theory on neuroscience. His theory is ...
> let's say controversial. All in all I would say very few if any
> investigators in the established neuroscience field agree with him.
Only folks who've not read AoK.
[Only folks who 'presume' to 'know'
what's in AoK without reading it. :-]
I've never received a single "ob-
jection" from anyone who's act-
ually read AoK.]
> I think this is something people new to neuroscience looking into this
> group should be aware of.
I completely-agree, and usually
take care of such myself. [I 'pre-
sumed', without actually knowing,
that such was not necessary in
the current instance.]
> As to your actual questions: as someone not working in STDP I'm afraid I
> can't say all too much to them right now. It is conceivable that glycin
> and glutamate are co-released from the same synapse. There are a number
> of "regulars" in this group who only look in from time to time. If
> you're patient I think it is quite probable that you will receive a
> All the best, Christian
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