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02:11, 26 May 2011 Presynaptic and post-synaptic inhibition.jpg (file) 382 KB   1
22:37, 11 May 2011 Calcium voltage channel.jpg (file) 90 KB http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3052252/figure/F1/ Cartoon of a proposed model for differential CaV1.3 gating modulation. The CaV1.3 channel is given as transmembrane pore forming α1-subunit in grey. RIM protein (pink) via its C2B domain int 1
22:55, 10 May 2011 Presynaptic and postsynaptic inhibition.jpg (file) 363 KB Based on image in Silverthorn, DU (2001) Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach Presynaptic Inhibition occurs through reducing the amount of neurotransmitter released from the presynaptic terminal. Postsynaptic Inhibition occurs by modulation of the m 1
22:35, 10 May 2011 Convergence and Divergence of Neural Pathways.jpg (file) 225 KB Based on image in Silverthorn, DU (2001) Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach This organisation of neural pathways allows for flexible control. 1
10:40, 4 May 2011 Convergence and Divergence.JPG (file) 233 KB The converging and Diverging of neural pathways 1
10:30, 4 May 2011 Transmission in Neural Networks.jpg (file) 83 KB Beyond the cortical column: abundance and physiology of horizontal connections imply a strong role for inputs from the surround. <ref><pubmed>21503145</pubmed></ref> Steps of information transmission in neuronal networks. Convergent feed-forward connecte 1
16:58, 3 May 2011 Charles Sherrington and John Eccles.JPG (file) 232 KB p171 Kandel et al. Principles of Neural Science 4thEd. 2000 Charles Sherrington, John Eccles, and the Modern Study of Synaptic Transmission This painting of Chales Sherrington and John Eccles by the British painter Stan Smith. Sherrington coined the ter 1
02:05, 3 May 2011 Pre Synaptic and Post Synaptic Inhibition.jpg (file) 294 KB   1
01:55, 3 May 2011 Temperature effect in motor terminals.jpg (file) 127 KB The rate of endocytosis in motor terminals at three different temperatures Each micrograph here and in Figs 2 and and33 shows a small region (a few boutons) of one terminal; punctate SR101 hot spots are clusters of internalized vesicles near active zones. 1
01:46, 3 May 2011 EM comparison of wild type and mutant synaptic cleft.jpg (file) 79 KB Ultrastructural analyses reveal specific loss of synaptic cleft matrix and post-synaptic polyribosome compartment in mtg mutants. (A) TEM of wild-type control (left) and mtg1/Df(CA3) mutant (right) NMJ boutons, showing normal mutant terminal size, morphol 1
22:59, 30 March 2011 FGF receptor expression pattern in a b3 stage lung.jpg (file) 165 KB {{Student Image}} Schematic diagram of FGF receptor expression pattern in a b3 stage lung. For simplicity, image was divided in half in order to avoid color overlay. Yellow: fgfr1 expression; purple: fgfr2 expression; blue: fgfr3 expression; pink: fgfr4 1