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  2. Elgueta Claudio et al. Dendritic inhibition differentially regulates excitability of dentate gyrus parvalbumin-expressing interneurons and granule cells. (2019) NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 2041-1723 10
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  3. Hamilton DJ et al. Name-calling in the hippocampus (and beyond): coming to terms with neuron types and properties. (2017) BRAIN INFORMATICS 2198-4018 4 1
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  4. Pelkey Kenneth A et al. HIPPOCAMPAL GABAERGIC INHIBITORY INTERNEURONS. (2017) PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS 0031-9333 1522-1210 97 4 1619-1747
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  5. Ohura Shunsuke et al. Excitability tuning of axons in the central nervous system. (2016) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 1880-6546 1880-6562 66 3 189-196
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  6. Micheva Kristina D et al. A large fraction of neocortical myelin ensheathes axons of local inhibitory neurons. (2016) ELIFE 2050-084X 5
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  7. Samura Toshikazu et al. A neural network model of reliably optimized spike transmission. (2015) COGNITIVE NEURODYNAMICS 1871-4080 9 3 265-277
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  8. Kesner Raymond et al. A computational theory of hippocampal function, and tests of the theory: New developments. (2015) NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS 0149-7634 1873-7528 48 92-147
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[25848824] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 25848824, Kapcsolat: 24583896
  9. Toth K et al. The vulnerability of calretinin-containing hippocampal interneurons to temporal lobe epilepsy. (2014) FRONTIERS IN NEUROANATOMY 1662-5129 8
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[2778985] [Validated]
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  10. Cea-Del Rio Christian A et al. The contribution of inhibitory interneurons to circuit dysfunction in Fragile X Syndrome. (2014) FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE 1662-5102 8
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[25863167] [Validated]
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  11. Szabo GG et al. Presynaptic Calcium Channel Inhibition Underlies CB1 Cannabinoid Receptor-Mediated Suppression of GABA Release.. (2014) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 34 23 7958-7963
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[2700206] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 2700206, Kapcsolat: 24377349
  12. Cappaert NLM et al. Hippocampal Formation. (2014) In: The Rat Nervous System: Fourth Edition pp. 511-573
    Chapter in Book/Chapter (Chapter in Book)/Scientific[25542901] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 25542901, Kapcsolat: 27660906
  13. Okamoto K et al. Ex vivo cultured neuronal networks emit in vivo-like spontaneous activity. (2014) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 1880-6546 1880-6562 64 6 421-431
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  14. Coward LA. Towards a theoretical neuroscience: From cell chemistry to cognition. (2013) ISBN:9789400771079; 9789400771062
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    Független, Idéző: 23617765, Kapcsolat: 23604035
  16. Jochems Arthur et al. Persistent firing supported by an intrinsic cellular mechanism in hippocampal CA3 pyramidal cells. (2013) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0953-816X 1460-9568 38 2 2250-2259
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[25858049] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 25858049, Kapcsolat: 23604037
  17. Viney Tim J et al. Network state-dependent inhibition of identified hippocampal CA3 axo-axonic cells in vivo. (2013) NATURE NEUROSCIENCE 1097-6256 1546-1726 16 12 1802-1811
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[25863217] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 25863217, Kapcsolat: 23604039
  18. Taxidis Jiannis et al. Modeling sharp wave-ripple complexes through a CA3-CA1 network model with chemical synapses. (2012) HIPPOCAMPUS 1050-9631 1098-1063 22 5 995-1017
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[27029751] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27029751, Kapcsolat: 22957819
  19. Samura Toshikazu et al. Directional spike propagation in a recurrent network: Dynamical firewall as anisotropic recurrent inhibition. (2012) NEURAL NETWORKS 0893-6080 33 236-246
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[27029755] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27029755, Kapcsolat: 22957820
  20. Nolan CR et al. The Race to Learn: Spike Timing and STDP Can Coordinate Learning and Recall in CA3. (2011) HIPPOCAMPUS 1050-9631 1098-1063 21 6 647-660
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  21. Pinault D. The Juxtacellular Recording-Labeling Technique. (2011) NEUROMETHODS 0893-2336 1940-6045 54 41-75
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22882244] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 22882244, Kapcsolat: 27660908
  22. Lasztoczi B et al. Terminal field and firing selectivity of cholecystokinin-expressing interneurons in the hippocampal CA3 area.. (2011) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 31 49 18073-18093
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[2086356] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 2086356, Kapcsolat: 22957821
  23. Samura T et al. Power laws for spontaneous neuronal activity in hippocampal CA3 slice culture. (2011) LECTURE NOTES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 0302-9743 7062 LNCS PART 1 370-379
    Journal Article/Scientific[27660909] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27660909, Kapcsolat: 27660909
  24. Galvan EJ et al. Multiple forms of long-term synaptic plasticity at hippocampal mossy fiber synapses on interneurons. (2011) NEUROPHARMACOLOGY 0028-3908 1873-7064 60 5 740-747
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    Független, Idéző: 22870945, Kapcsolat: 21810714
  25. Shin Damian Seung-Ho et al. Elevated potassium elicits recurrent surges of large GABA(A)-receptor-mediated post-synaptic currents in hippocampal CA3 pyramidal neurons. (2011) JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 0022-3077 1522-1598 105 3 1185-1198
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  26. Debanne D et al. Axon Physiology. (2011) PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS 0031-9333 1522-1210 91 2 555-602
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  27. Vizi ES et al. Non-synaptic receptors and transporters involved in brain functions and targets of drug treatment. (2010) BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY 0007-1188 1476-5381 160 4 785-809
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[109833] [Validated]
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  28. Debanne D et al. New insights in information processing in the axon. (2010) In: New Aspects of Axonal Structure and Function pp. 55-83
    Chapter in Book/Chapter (Chapter in Book)/Scientific[27660910] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27660910, Kapcsolat: 27660910
  29. Nelson S et al. Structural and Functional Properties of Hippocampal Neurons. (2009) In: The Hippocampus Book
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    Független, Idéző: 25148212, Kapcsolat: 27660911
  30. Ascoli Giorgio et al. Quantitative Morphometry of Electrophysiologically Identified CA3b Interneurons Reveals Robust Local Geometry and Distinct Cell Classes. (2009) JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY 0021-9967 1096-9861 515 6 677-695
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[27028939] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27028939, Kapcsolat: 10023164
  31. Marchionni I et al. Quantitative dynamics and spatial profile of perisomatic GABAergic input during epileptiform synchronization in the CA1 hippocampus. (2009) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 587 23 5691-5708
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22888036] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 22888036, Kapcsolat: 10023163
  32. Inda M et al. Morphology and Distribution of Chandelier Cell Axon Terminals in the Mouse Cerebral Cortex and Claustroamygdaloid Complex. (2009) CEREBRAL CORTEX 1047-3211 1460-2199 19 1 41-54
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22903267] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 22903267, Kapcsolat: 10023161
  33. Eberhard B et al. Local Circuits. (2009) In: The Hippocampus Book pp. 297-320
    Chapter in Book/Chapter (Chapter in Book)/Scientific[25543864] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 25543864, Kapcsolat: 27660913
  34. Klausberger Thomas. GABAergic interneurons targeting dendrites of pyramidal cells in the CA1 area of the hippocampus. (2009) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0953-816X 1460-9568 30 6 947-957
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[27029706] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27029706, Kapcsolat: 10023160
  35. Samura T et al. Sequence disambiguation and pattern completion by cooperation between autoassociative and heteroassociative memories of functionally divided hippocampal CA3. (2008) NEUROCOMPUTING 0925-2312 71 16-18 3176-3183
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  36. Calixto E et al. Coincidence detection of convergent perforant path and mossy fibre inputs by CA3 interneurons. (2008) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 586 11 2695-2712
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  37. Inda M C et al. The distribution of chandelier cell axon terminals that express the GABA plasma membrane transporter GAT-1 in the human neocortex. (2007) CEREBRAL CORTEX 1047-3211 1460-2199 17 9 2060-2071
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    Független, Idéző: 23306866, Kapcsolat: 10023169
  38. Acsady L et al. Models, structure, function: the transformation of cortical signals in the dentate gyrus. (2007) PROGRESS IN BRAIN RESEARCH 0079-6123 1875-7855 163 577-599
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[109813] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 109813, Kapcsolat: 10023165
  39. Rolls ET. Memory, Attention, and Decision-Making: A Unifying Computational Neuroscience Approach. (2007) ISBN:9780191724046
    Book/Scientific[24723980] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24723980, Kapcsolat: 27660915
  40. Samura T et al. Sequence disambiguation by functionally divided hippocampal CA3 model. (2006) LECTURE NOTES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 0302-9743 4232 117-126
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    Független, Idéző: 22957822, Kapcsolat: 22957822
  41. Buzsaki G. Rhythms of the Brain. (2006) ISBN:9780198041252; 0199863717; 019804125X; 9780199863716; 9780195301069
    Book/Monograph (Book)/Scientific[24270567] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 24270567, Kapcsolat: 27660912
  42. Orban G et al. Intrinsic and synaptic mechanisms determining the timing of neuron population activity during hippocampal theta oscillation. (2006) JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 0022-3077 1522-1598 96 6 2889-2904
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[1290344] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 1290344, Kapcsolat: 10023174
  43. Ma YY et al. Distinct subtypes of somatostatin-containing neocortical interneurons revealed in transgenic mice. (2006) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 26 19 5069-5082
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    Független, Idéző: 22868441, Kapcsolat: 10023171
  44. Mendoza Ernesto et al. Differential induction of long term synaptic plasticity in inhibitory synapses of the hippocampus. (2006) SYNAPSE 0887-4476 60 7 533-542
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[27029672] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27029672, Kapcsolat: 10023173
  45. Rolls ET et al. A computational theory of hippocampal function, and empirical tests of the theory. (2006) PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY: AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW JOURNAL 0301-0082 1873-5118 79 1 1-48
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    Független, Idéző: 21502986, Kapcsolat: 10023172
  46. Howard A et al. Lighting the chandelier: new vistas for axo-axonic cells. (2005) TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES 0166-2236 28 6 310-316
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[1442911] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 1442911, Kapcsolat: 10023178
  47. Samura T et al. Hippocampal memory modification induced by pattern completion and spike-timing dependent synaptic plasticity. (2005) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NEURAL SYSTEMS 0129-0657 15 13-22
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    Független, Idéző: 10023179, Kapcsolat: 10023179
  48. Moskalyuk AA et al. Evoked electrical activity and immunocytochemical peculiarities of cultured excitatory and inhibitory neurons of the rat hippocampus. (2005) NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 0090-2977 1573-9007 37 3 178-187
    Journal Article/Scientific[27660916] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27660916, Kapcsolat: 27660916
  49. Ivan Soltesz. Diversity in the Neuronal Machine: Order and Variability in Interneuronal Microcircuits. (2005) ISBN:9780195177015; 0195177010; 9780199864713
    Book/Monograph (Book)/Scientific[2979897] [Admin approved]
    Független, Idéző: 2979897, Kapcsolat: 27660914
  50. Vogel DD. A neural network model of memory and higher cognitive functions. (2005) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 0167-8760 1872-7697 55 1 3-21
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    Független, Idéző: 21709314, Kapcsolat: 10023177
  51. Losonczy A et al. Persistently active cannabinoid receptors mute a subpopulation of hippocampal interneurons. (2004) PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 0027-8424 1091-6490 101 1362-1367
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[109461] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 109461, Kapcsolat: 10023181
  52. Samura T et al. Memory modification induced by pattern completion and STDP in hippocampal CA3 model. (2004) LECTURE NOTES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 0302-9743 3316 37-43
    Journal Article[22957823] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 22957823, Kapcsolat: 22957823
  53. Buzsaki G et al. Interneuron Diversity series: Circuit complexity and axon wiring economy of cortical interneurons. (2004) TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES 0166-2236 27 4 186-193
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[27029632] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 27029632, Kapcsolat: 10023185
  54. Debanne D. Information processing in the axon. (2004) NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE 1471-003X 1471-0048 5 4 304-316
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    Független, Idéző: 22882817, Kapcsolat: 10023184
  55. Aradi I et al. Impact of heterogeneous perisomatic IPSC populations on pyramidal cell firing rates. (2004) JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 0022-3077 1522-1598 91 6 2849-2858
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[2941534] [Validated]
    Független, Idéző: 2941534, Kapcsolat: 10023186
  56. Witter MP et al. Hippocampal Formation. (2004) In: The Rat Nervous System pp. 635-704
    Chapter in Book/Chapter (Chapter in Book)/Scientific[27660918] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 27660918, Kapcsolat: 27660918
  57. Zhang XL et al. Electrotonic coupling between stratum oriens interneurones in the intact in vitro mouse juvenile hippocampus. (2004) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 558 3 825-839
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[27028821] [Validated]
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  58. Földy C et al. Diversity beyond variance: Modulation of firing rates and network coherence by GABAergic subpopulations. (2004) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0953-816X 1460-9568 19 1 119-130
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[2833492] [Validated]
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  59. Kogo N et al. Depression of GABAergic input to identified hippocampal neurons by group III metabotropic glutamate receptors in the rat.. (2004) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0953-816X 1460-9568 19 10 2727-2740
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[2086376] [Validated]
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  60. Gutierrez R. The GABAergic phenotype of the "glutamatergic" granule cells of the dentate gyrus. (2003) PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY: AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW JOURNAL 0301-0082 1873-5118 71 5 337-358
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[25006802] [Validated]
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  61. Vreugdenhil M et al. Parvalbumin-deficiency facilitates repetitive IPSCs and gamma oscillations in the hippocampus. (2003) JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 0022-3077 1522-1598 89 3 1414-1422
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22887865] [Validated]
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  62. Maccaferri G et al. Interneuron Diversity series: Hippocampal interneuron classifications - making things as simple as possible, not simpler. (2003) TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES 0166-2236 26 10 564-571
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  63. Traub RD et al. GABA-enhanced collective behavior in neuronal axons underlies persistent gamma-frequency oscillations. (2003) PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 0027-8424 1091-6490 100 11047-11052
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  64. Bae YC et al. Quantitative ultrastructural analysis of glycine- and gamma-aminobutyric acid-immunoreactive terminals on trigeminal alpha- and gamma-motoneuron somata in the rat. (2002) JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY 0021-9967 1096-9861 442 4 308-319
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22890285] [Approved]
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  65. Carter AG et al. Quantal events shape cerebellar interneuron firing. (2002) NATURE NEUROSCIENCE 1097-6256 1546-1726 5 12 1309-1318
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  66. Aradi I et al. Postsynaptic effects of GABAergic synaptic diversity: regulation of neuronal excitability by changes in IPSC variance. (2002) NEUROPHARMACOLOGY 0028-3908 1873-7064 43 4 511-522
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[2941543] [Validated]
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  67. Pawelzik H et al. Physiological and morphological diversity of immunocytochemically defined parvalbumin- and cholecystokinin-positive interneurones in CA1 of the adult rat hippocampus. (2002) JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY 0021-9967 1096-9861 443 4 346-367
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  68. Chiu CS et al. Number, density, and surface/cytoplasmic distribution of GABA transporters at presynaptic structures of knock-in mice carrying GABA transporter subtype 1-green fluorescent protein fusions. (2002) JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0270-6474 1529-2401 22 23 10251-10266
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[22903021] [Validated]
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  69. Aradi I et al. Modulation of network behaviour by changes in variance in interneuronal properties. (2002) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 538 1 227-251
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  70. Racz B et al. Kappa opioid receptor is expressed by somatostatin- and neuropeptide Y-containing interneurons in the rat hippocampus.. (2002) BRAIN RESEARCH 0006-8993 1872-6240 931 1 50-55
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  71. Cope DW et al. Cholecystokinin-immunopositive basket and Schaffer collateral-associated interneurones target different domains of pyramidal cells in the CA1 area of the rat hippocampus.. (2002) NEUROSCIENCE 0306-4522 1873-7544 109 1 63-80
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)/Scientific[2138527] [Validated]
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  72. Maggi L et al. Regulation of GABA release by nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in the neonatal rat hippocampus. (2001) JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON 0022-3751 1469-7793 536 1 89-100
    Journal Article/Article (Journal Article)[23795090] [Admin approved]
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  73. Cossart R et al. Presynaptic kainate receptors that enhance the release of GABA on CA1 hippocampal interneurons. (2001) NEURON 0896-6273 29 2 497-508
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  74. Gaiarsa JL et al. Morphology of CA3 non-pyramidal cells in the developing rat hippocampus. (2001) DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH 0165-3806 127 2 157-164
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  75. Savic N et al. Medium afterhyperpolarization and firing pattern modulation in interneurons of stratum radiatum in the CA3 hippocampal region. (2001) JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 0022-3077 1522-1598 85 5 1986-1997
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  76. Gutierrez R et al. Kindling induces transient fast inhibition in the dentate gyrus-CA3 projection. (2001) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 0953-816X 1460-9568 13 7 1371-1379
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  77. Buzsaki G. Hippocampal GABAergic interneurons: A physiological perspective. (2001) NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH 0364-3190 1573-6903 26 8-9 899-905
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