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Synchronous versus asynchronous transmitter release: a tale of two types of inhibitory neurons

Nature Neuroscience volume 8, pages 12831284 (2005) | Download Citation

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Inhibitory cortical neurons are thought to generate temporally precise signals important for information processing, but a new study shows that CCK-expressing interneurons continue to release GABA for several hundred milliseconds after bursts of action potentials.

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  1. Shaul Hestrin and Mario Galarreta are at the Department of Comparative Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, 300 Pasteur Drive R314, Palo Alto, California 94035-5342, USA. shaul.hestrin@stanford.edu

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