By Zh Alferov, M. Tagirdzhanov
The e-book is dedicated to the eightieth anniversary of the Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute — one of many oldest and most famed associations of the Russian Academy of Sciences. the quantity contains assessment articles at the major Institute's learn components conducted some time past and current and likewise a few necessary info in regards to the Institute and its employees.
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Neurons, Neuroglia and Neuronal-Glial Interactions ~ :i ~ GI III .. 5 20 Ci,i + ~ 5 10 15 Culture Period (Days) Figure 3-1. Potassium stimulation of GABA (0) or glutamate (D) release from, respectively, cerebral cortical neurons and cerebellar granule cells as a function of development of the neurons in culture. , 100 indicating release in the most mature cultures) represent the release in the presence of calcium. Recalculated from original data of Larsson et al. (1983) and Yu et al. (1984) in the case of GAB A release and of Levi and Ciotti (1983) in the case of glutamate release.
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