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Accession
GO:0098828
Name
modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential
Ontology
biological_process
Synonyms
regulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential
Alternate IDs
None
Definition
Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of inhibitory postsynaptic potential (IPSP). IPSP is a temporary decrease in postsynaptic membrane potential due to the flow of negatively charged ions into the postsynaptic cell. The flow of ions that causes an IPSP is an inhibitory postsynaptic current (IPSC) and makes it more difficult for the neuron to fire an action potential. Source: GOC:dos
Comment
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History
See term history for GO:0098828 at QuickGO
Subset
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Parents of modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential (GO:0098828)
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modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential [is_a relation] is_a  regulation of membrane potential (GO:0042391)
modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential [is_a relation] is_a  regulation of signal transduction (GO:0009966)
modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential [is_a relation] is_a  regulation of nervous system process (GO:0031644)
modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential [RO:0002211 relation] RO:0002211  inhibitory postsynaptic potential (GO:0060080)
Children of modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential (GO:0098828)
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positive regulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential (GO:0097151) [is_a relation] is_a  modulation of inhibitory postsynaptic potential
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