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The living memory

Kicking off this year’s SfN Presidential Special Lecture series, Dr. Kelsey Martin presented her work exploring …

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REFERENCES

    1. Agranoff, B.W., Davis, R.E., Casola, L. & Lim, R. (1967). Science 158, 1600-1601
    2. Lynch, M.A. (2004). Long-term potentiation and memory. Pysiological Reviews. 84:1, pp. 87-136.
    3. Benavides-Piccione, R., Hamzei-Sichani, F., Ballesteros-Yanez, I., DeFelipe, J., Yuste, R. (2006). Dendritic size of pyramidal neurons differs among mouse cortical regions. Cerebral Cortex, 16:7, pp. 990-1001
    4. Martin, K.C. (2014). The living record of memory: Gene, neurons, and synapses. SfN 2014 Presidential Lecture.

SfN, Day 2

Today’s topic of interest was Learning and Memory – particularly the ways in which memories are stored. For …

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REFERENCES

    1. Reconsolidation of Long Term Memory in Aplysia. Cai, Diancai; Pearce, Kaycey; Chen, Shanping; Glanzman, David L. Current Biology, Cell Press. Published October, 2012.
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