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Activity-dependent plasticity of transmitter release from nerve terminals in rat fast and slow muscles

By Brian Reid, V. N. Martinov, A. Nja, T. Lomo and Guy Smith Bewick

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Topics: neuromuscular junction, synaptic plasticity, transmitter release, synaptic vesicles, rat, neural activity, FM1-43, stimulation, in vivo, FROG NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION, FAST-TWITCH MUSCLE, CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES, CRAYFISH MOTONEURON, CONDUCTION BLOCK, SKELETAL-MUSCLES, MAMMALIAN FAST, SAFETY FACTOR, MOTOR AXONS, STIMULATION, QP Physiology, QP
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:aura.abdn.ac.uk:2164/857
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