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Discovery of Long Term Potentiation

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Uploaded on Mar 30, 2011

The discovery of the phenomenon known as long term potentiation was made in the year 1966 by a scientist named Terje Lomo. While studying the neurological processes of animals, Lomo discovered LTP in the hippocampus of a rabbit, possibly unaware how much of a stir his discovery would create for generations to come. The subject caused an immediately huge reaction and has continued to be studied and developed as one of the most popular subjects of science in the world today. Most of the modern studies into the LTP concept and its workings are geared toward understanding the core biology of the process, recognising the potential for a link between LTP and the separate concept of behavioural learning. Blog: http://www.longtermpotentiation.com/

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