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It has been suggested that voltage-gated calcium channels play a role in LTP (Johnston et al. 1992), and it has been shown that nimodipine (an L-channel antagonist) prevents certain mossy fiber LTP-types from taking place
  • Kapur A, Yeckel MF, Gray R, Johnston D (1998) Show Other
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