Etomidate Reduces Initiation of Backpropagating Dendritic Action Potentials: Implications for Sensory Processing and Synaptic Plasticity During Anesthesia

van den Burg EH, Engelmann J, Bacelo J, Gomez L, Grant K (2007)
Journal of Neurophysiology 97(3): 2373-2384.

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van den Burg EH, Engelmann J, Bacelo J, Gomez L, Grant K. Etomidate Reduces Initiation of Backpropagating Dendritic Action Potentials: Implications for Sensory Processing and Synaptic Plasticity During Anesthesia. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2007;97(3):2373-2384.
van den Burg, E. H., Engelmann, J., Bacelo, J., Gomez, L., & Grant, K. (2007). Etomidate Reduces Initiation of Backpropagating Dendritic Action Potentials: Implications for Sensory Processing and Synaptic Plasticity During Anesthesia. Journal of Neurophysiology, 97(3), 2373-2384. doi:10.1152/jn.00395.2006
van den Burg, E. H., Engelmann, J., Bacelo, J., Gomez, L., and Grant, K. (2007). Etomidate Reduces Initiation of Backpropagating Dendritic Action Potentials: Implications for Sensory Processing and Synaptic Plasticity During Anesthesia. Journal of Neurophysiology 97, 2373-2384.
van den Burg, E.H., et al., 2007. Etomidate Reduces Initiation of Backpropagating Dendritic Action Potentials: Implications for Sensory Processing and Synaptic Plasticity During Anesthesia. Journal of Neurophysiology, 97(3), p 2373-2384.
E.H. van den Burg, et al., “Etomidate Reduces Initiation of Backpropagating Dendritic Action Potentials: Implications for Sensory Processing and Synaptic Plasticity During Anesthesia”, Journal of Neurophysiology, vol. 97, 2007, pp. 2373-2384.
van den Burg, E.H., Engelmann, J., Bacelo, J., Gomez, L., Grant, K.: Etomidate Reduces Initiation of Backpropagating Dendritic Action Potentials: Implications for Sensory Processing and Synaptic Plasticity During Anesthesia. Journal of Neurophysiology. 97, 2373-2384 (2007).
van den Burg, E. H., Engelmann, J., Bacelo, J., Gomez, L., and Grant, K. “Etomidate Reduces Initiation of Backpropagating Dendritic Action Potentials: Implications for Sensory Processing and Synaptic Plasticity During Anesthesia”. Journal of Neurophysiology 97.3 (2007): 2373-2384.

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