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How Do Bacterial Neurotoxins Affect Neurosecretion?
Adaptation of granule cell to Purkinje cell synapses to high-frequency transmission.
Short-term plasticity at cerebellar granule cell to molecular layer interneuron synapses expands information processing.
Pre and post synaptic NMDA effects targeting Purkinje cells in the mouse cerebellar cortex.
A Rho-related GTPase is involved in Ca2+-dependent neurotransmitter exocytosis
Coupling actin and membrane dynamics during calcium-regulated exocytosis
Frequency-dependent mobilization of heterogeneous pools of synaptic vesicles shapes presynaptic plasticity
Organotypic cultures of cerebellar slices as a model to investigate demyelinating disorders
Epsilon Toxin from Clostridium perfringens Causes Inhibition of Potassium inward Rectifier (Kir) Channels in Oligodendrocytes
Late-Life Environmental Enrichment Induces Acetylation Events and Nuclear Factor κB-Dependent Regulations in the Hippocampus of Aged Rats Showing Improved Plasticity and Learning
Epsilon toxin from Clostridium perfringens acts on oligodendrocytes without forming pores, and causes demyelination.
Clusters of cerebellar Purkinje cells control their afferent climbing fiber discharge
Zika virus enhances monocyte adhesion and transmigration favoring viral dissemination to neural cells

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