Neurobehavioral Plasticity: Learning, Development, and Response to Brain Insults

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the cellular localization of (subtypes of) PKC and its specific substrates such as B-50 and the NMDA receptor complex should aid us in the understanding of PKC-mediated changes in induction and maintenance of LTP.


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