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Physiological consequences of selective suppression of synaptic transmission in developing cerebral cortical networks in vitro: differential effects on intrinsically generated bioelwctric discharges in a living ‘model’ system for slow-wave sleep activity.

Publication year 2008
Published in Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
Authors M.A. Corner,

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