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Sakurai A, Darghouth NR, Butera RJ, Katz PS (2006) Serotonergic enhancement of a 4-AP-sensitive current mediates the synaptic depression phase of spike timing-dependent neuromodulation. J Neurosci 26:2010-21 [PubMed]

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