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Systemic Injection of Kainic Acid Differently Affects LTP Magnitude Depending on its Epileptogenic Efficiency

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Theta-burst-induced LTP was enhanced in resistant rats but reduced in epileptic animals.

Upper row shows representative averaged fEPSPs recorded at the time indicated by the letters on the graph to exemplify LTP induction in different experimental groups. Graphs plot summary data of experiments where theta burst tetanization was applied (indicated by the arrow) in control (n = 16 from 11 rats), resistant (n = 7 from 7 rats) and epileptic (n = 16 from 10 rats) slices.

Figure 5