Figure 2. | A cellular mechanism for inverse effectiveness in multisensory integration

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A cellular mechanism for inverse effectiveness in multisensory integration

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Brown University, United States; Bard College, Unied States; Roger Williams University, United States
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Download figureOpen in new tabFigure 2. Inverse effectiveness is not dependent on inhibition.

(A) Maximum unisensory responses in spike output plotted against MSIn in Stage 49 tadpoles in control (n = 40, cells) conditions and with GABA-R blocker (n = 22; picrotoxin). Despite the apparent boost in MSI for the picrotoxin group across all response sizes, the decay trend for inverse effectiveness remains intact and similar to the control group. Curves represent a single exponential decay fit using the least-squares method.

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