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CONCEPT NAME

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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9 skos:definition 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.
10 skos:hiddenLabel synaptic-plasticity
11 skos:historyNote [skos:definition - 2014.01.21] In neuroscience, synaptic plasticity is the ability of the connection, or synapse, between two neurons to change in strength in response to either use or disuse of transmission over synaptic pathways.
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13 skos:narrower subjects:long-term-depression
14 subjects:long-term-potentiation
15 subjects:short-term-potentiation
16 subjects:spike-timing-dependent-plasticity
17 skos:notation synaptic-plasticity
18 skos:prefLabel Synaptic plasticity
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