Activity-dependent potentiation of synaptic transmission from L30 inhibitory interneurons of Aplysia depends on residual presynaptic Ca2+ but not on postsynaptic Ca2+

Thomas M. Fischer, Robert S. Zucker, Thomas J. Carew

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