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Synaptic connectivity and computation

Nature Neuroscience volume 4, pages 11571158 (2001) | Download Citation

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A new study finds two classes of synapses between layer 2/3 neurons in auditory cortex, and suggests they may be involved in processing transient versus sustained acoustic stimuli

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  1. The author is at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 1 Bungtown Rd., Marks Bldg., Cold Spring Harbor, New York, 11724, USA. zador@cshl.org

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