Chemically induced long-term potentiation increases the number of perforated and complex postsynaptic densities but does not alter dendritic spine volume in CA1 of adult mouse hippocampal slices

Jose Rodriguez Arellano, M. G. Stewart, N. I. Medvedev, V. I. Popov, R. Schoepfer, H. A. Davies, K. Murphy, G. M. Dallérac, I. V. Kraev, J. J. Rodríguez

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