Strukturelle Plastizität von parvalbumin-positiven Interneuronen des Gyrus dentatus
My work examines functional aspects of the structural plasticity of parvalbumin-positive interneurons in the mouse dentate gyrus. It has been recently shown in Prof. Wulff lab that this type of interneurons carry a considerable number of dendritic spines. Here I describe how the inhibition of protein kinase C, enzyme of a signaling cascade activated during neural plasticity, affects dendritic spine and synapsis density.
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