Synaptic plasticity


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Synaptic plasticity

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Synaptic plasticity is the biological process by which specific patterns of synaptic activity result in changes in synaptic strength and is thought to contribute to learning and memory. Both pre-synaptic and post-synaptic mechanisms can contribute to the expression of synaptic plasticity.

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120 skos:prefLabel Spike-timing-dependent plasticity
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122 rdf:type rdfs:Class
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