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Figure 1: Averages of normalized EPSC amplitudes recorded in control before STDP protocols for fast-spiking GABAergic interneurons for postpre protocols (A) (n=10) and pre-post protocols (B) (n=10), and for cholinergic interneurons for post-pre protocols (C) (n=17) and pre-post protocols (D) (n=12). Control EPSC amplitudes were recorded for 10 minutes (minus sign indicates time before the cellular conditioning protocol) and displayed no significant variation.

Figure 2: Temporal sequence of activation of striatal neurons in response to a cortical stimulation. A cortical stimulation induced the following sequence of activation: first fast-spiking GABAergic interneurons, second cholinergic interneurons and finally MSNs. This is illustrated by (A) latencies and (B) rise times of striatal neurons in response to a cortical stimulation. MSN data are taken from Fino et al. (2005) study.

Figure 3: The magnitudes of long-term synaptic efficacy changes induced by post-pre protocol on cholinergic interneurons were plotted against EPSC rise time in control (A), input resistance (B) and RMP (C). No significant correlation was found between these parameters and the magnitude of LTP or LTD induced by post-pre protocols (r values are indicated in each graph).

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