In article <1993Oct22.213035.24740 at leland.stanford.edu>
dwheeler at leland.Stanford.EDU (David Brockman Wheeler) writes:
>>>With regards to a "Confused mathematicians" question about LTP:
>>... In other words, LTP does not actually
>require a postsynaptic action potential merely sufficient depolarization to
>relieve Mg2+ blockade of the NMDA receptor.
>This is hardly the thing a neural network programmer wants to hear. 8) Is
it possible to simultaneously habituate and potentiate a synapse? In other
words, trim it down on one side and pump it up on the other.
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