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Figure 3: (a) The effects of commissural priming on responses of the DG to PP stimulation. Top: representative field potential responses of dentate gyrus cells to stimulating the PP without commissural priming (left), and to stimulating the PP with priming stimulation to the contralateral DG at 15 milliseconds (right) in control rats. Bottom: representative field potential responses of dentate gyrus cells to stimulating the PP without commissural priming (left), and to stimulating the PP with priming stimulation to the contralateral DG at 15 milliseconds (right) in stressed rats. Time unit: second. (b) Commissural-induced modulation prior to TBS application. Commissural-induced inhibition was significantly higher in stressed rats (n = 6) at 15-millisecond and 30-millsecond interpulse intervals in comparison with control rats (n = 6) (P < .05). (c) Commissural-induced modulation following TBS application. Commissural-induced inhibition was significantly higher in stressed animals at 15-millisecond and 30-millisecond intervals n = 6 (P < .05).