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That is to say, negative feedback in autapse can play similar function as inhibitory synapse
. For further dynamical investigation and discussion, our proposed neuron model driven by autapse can be expressed as follows:
The above equation measures the rate of change of calcium concentration with time in response to the modulations of excitatory and inhibitory synapses
We consider this period of transient inhibitory synapse
formation, which coincides with neuromuscular synapse regeneration, to be the second stage of motoneuronal regeneration; that is, a stage of synaptogenesis following initial process outgrowth (Fig.
Huang, J.Z., and Scheifele, P., GABA and neuroligin singling: linking synaptic activity and adhesion in inhibitory synapse
which then has an inhibitory synapse
onto alpha motor neurons that return to the same muscle where the GTO is located.
Furthermore, oxytocin receptors were found at the so-called putative excitatory synapses, both at presynaptic and postsynaptic terminals and at inhibitory synapses
as well .
(48,49) A large fraction of inhibitory synapses
are also present on dendritic shafts, and their detection requires specific molecular markers.
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We found that weak (non-noxious) tactile input readily activates the L30s, and that this activation is sufficient to potentiate the L30 inhibitory synapse
onto L29 neurons.
(75) As animals mature, N- and R-type channels are down-regulated in nerve terminals and synaptic transmission becomes predominantly mediated by P/Q-type channels at major excitatory and inhibitory synapses
with relatively strong synaptic efficacy, such as the calyx of Held synapse, the inhibitory synapse
from cerebellar Purkinje cells to deep cerebellar nuclear (DCN) cells, and the reticulo-thalamic inhibitory synapse