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We show that the unavoidable increase in neuronal response latency to ongoing stimulation serves as a nonuniform gradual stretching of neuronal circuit delay loops and emerges as an essential mechanism in the formation of various types of neuronal timers. Synchronization emerges as a transient phenomenon without predefined precise matched synaptic delays. These findings are described in an experimental procedure where conditioned stimulations were enforced on a circuit of neurons embeddeddoi:10.1209/0295-5075/100/48003 fatcat:tlc6ugkpvbf6tlnuhw2ikxh56q