First Known Use of long-term potentiation
medical Definition of long-term potentiation
- First they repeatedly stimulated hippocampal neurons with an electric current and showed that long-term potentiation had taken place: the neurons were more sensitive to later stimulation, even an hour or more later, and more likely to transmit electric signals to their neighbors.
- —Discover, June 1995
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