Inhibiton–excitation balance (E–I balance) is a form of homeostatic plasticity that helps to maintain neuronal activity within a narrow, safe range. It refers to the relative degree of excitatory and inhibitory drive in a neural circuit, and is established during development and is maintained in the mature nervous system.
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