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In α7+ cells, choline application resulted in a calcium signal that peaked at 1050% ΔF/Fθ (±176.4%) in the neurite. Calcium transients in the GC were found to last for ∼1.6 s in both α7 and α7+ cells peaking at 1396% (±154.4%) and 1316% (±146.9%) ΔF/Fθ, relatively (Fig. 4, A and B).

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