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From: Short-term depression of inhibitory Purkinje cell synapses enhances gain modulation in the cerebellar nuclei

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Gain change due to excitatory modulatory input. Left: Average output rate of the CN neuron as a function of PC inhibitory input, for 20 Hz and 50 Hz excitatory mossy fibre input. Dots and lines correspond to simulation data and fits of a Hill function, respectively. Right: Change in gain and offset (calculated as in [2]) in the presence and absence of STD for 20 Hz of excitatory rate (left bars), and for a change of the excitation from 20 Hz to 50 Hz in the absence (middle bars) and presence (right bars) of STD.

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