excitatory synapse

'excitatory synapse' can also refer to...

excitatory synapse

Inhibitory Synapse Cover on the Somata of Excitatory Neurons in Macaque Monkey Visual Cortex

Glial D-Serine Gates NMDA Receptors at Excitatory Synapses in Prefrontal Cortex

Reorganization of Inhibitory Synapses and Increased PSD Length of Perforated Excitatory Synapses in Hippocampal Area CA1 of Dystrophin-Deficient mdx Mice

Induction of Neocortical Long-Term Depression Results in Smaller Movement Representations, Fewer Excitatory Perforated Synapses, and More Inhibitory Synapses

Neuroactive steroid pregnenolone sulphate inhibits long-term potentiation via activation of α2-adrenoreceptors at excitatory synapses in rat medial prefrontal cortex

Functional Maturation of Excitatory Synapses in Layer 3 Pyramidal Neurons during Postnatal Development of the Primate Prefrontal Cortex

Distinct Ca2+ Channels Mediate Transmitter Release at Excitatory Synapses Displaying Different Dynamic Properties in Rat Neocortex

Selective Postsynaptic Co-localization of MCT2 with AMPA Receptor GluR2/3 Subunits at Excitatory Synapses Exhibiting AMPA Receptor Trafficking

Dendritic Target Region-Specific Formation of Synapses Between Excitatory Layer 4 Neurons and Layer 6 Pyramidal Cells

The X-linked intellectual disability protein IL1RAPL1 regulates excitatory synapse formation by binding PTPδ and RhoGAP2

Chronic Desipramine Prevents Acute Stress-Induced Reorganization of Medial Prefrontal Cortex Architecture by Blocking Glutamate Vesicle Accumulation and Excitatory Synapse Increase

PM369. Shift in ErbB4 Splicing is Associated with Developmental Pruning of Excitatory Synapses on Parvalbumin Interneurons in Monkey Prefrontal Cortex


More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Medicine and Health


Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

A synapse between neurons that, when activated, increases the probability of a response in the postsynaptic cell, making it more easily excited. Excitatory synapses can be either chemical or electrical and have the opposite effect to inhibitory synapses.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.