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Postsynaptic Potential (PSP) and Binding

by Thad Wilson, PhD
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    The lecture Postsynaptic Potential (PSP) and Binding by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Neurophysiology.


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    1. Threshold event generates action potential
    2. Depolarized synaptic membrane is more negative than hyperpolarized membrane
    3. Subthreshold is enough to generate an action potential
    4. Subthreshold cannot stimulate a post synaptic membrane
    5. Multiple depolarizing events minimizes the chance of action potential generation
    1. Membrane is hyperpolarized
    2. Action potential is reached
    3. Effect of subthreshold is enhanced
    4. Membrane is more depolarized
    5. A threshold event takes place
    1. They can reach action potential as a result of IPSP
    2. They can reach action potential as a result of EPSP
    3. Action potential will reach if number of EPSP>IPSP
    4. Membrane is in depolarized state
    5. IPSP can hyperpolarize the membrane

    Author of lecture Postsynaptic Potential (PSP) and Binding

     Thad Wilson, PhD

    Thad Wilson, PhD


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