Model Systems of Synaptic Transmission

Synaptic transmission is the fundamental process by which neurons communicate with each another, as well as with nonneuronal target cells such as muscles or glia cells. Typical model systems employed to study different aspects of synaptic transmission include large invertebrate synapses, the neuromuscular junction, giant mammalian synapses such as the calyces of Held, as well as synapses in hippocampal and cerebellar circuits. This call is for studies that expand our understanding of model systems for synaptic transmission, particularly those that incorporate new genetic tools, advances in imaging methods, and modern electrophysiological techniques.

Submission deadline: December 31, 2018


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