Induction of neocortical long-term depression results in smaller movement representations, fewer excitatory perforated synapses, and more inhibitory synapses

G. Campbell Teskey, Nicole A. Young, Francine Van Rooyen, Sarah E.M. Larson, Corey Flynn, Marie H. Monfils, Jeffrey A. Kleim, Luke C. Henry, Crystal D. Goertzen

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