Borst and Sakmann (1996) (17) showed that excitatory postsynaptic currents (EPSCs) are linear summations of quanta (mEPSCs) at the calyx synapse, consistent with the quantal
Distribution of mEJPs latencies in all lines were best-fitted with a monoexponential equation predicted by the Poisson model well, thus confirming that under all experimental conditions, the random nature of spontaneous quantal
release is not altered.
The [ISO.sub.MAC] values calculated by quantal
analysis were similar to those obtained by mathematical average (Figure 2).
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and graded sublethal endpoints: A brief discussion of concepts.
However, making a quantal
distinction between dangerously high [E.sub.2] concentrations (>2000 pmol/L) and typical premenopausal concentrations (200-800 pmol/L) did not require quantitative accuracy at physiological [E.sub.2] concentrations.
Such evidence lends support to the idea that NO increases the presynaptic quantal
release of GABA and the open probability (P0) of [GABA.sub.A] channels, since IPSC currents were abolished by the [GABA.sub.A] channel blocker, picrotoxin (82).
Synaptic vesicles in the presynaptic terminals release their contents continuously, even at rest, into the synaptic cleft (quantal
release) that contributes to the miniature excitatory postsynaptic potential (mEPSP) recorded from the neuronal soma (Figure 1(a)).
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Keating, "RCAN1 regulates vesicle recycling and quantal
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Their general finding indirectly motivates the feasibility of more easily deriving multidimensional quantal
particle structures, and therefore would support indirectly the earlier-announced more specific Close-Neppe discoveries.
Yu et al., "Differences in the [H.sub.2]S-induced quantal
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Theory of Speech (QTS) (Stevens and Blumstein 1975) suggests an alternative approach to vowel systems.