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Learning and Memory Brake Found

News   May 24, 2018 | Original Story from the Max Planck Florida

 
Protein Acts as Brake on Learning and Memory

Cultured hippocampal slice showing sparse labeling of neurons with GFP (green) after ballistic gene transfer and immunoreactivity for PCP4 (red, a molecular marker enriched in dentate gyrus and CA2 neurons). Credit: Yasuda Lab, Max Planck Florida

 
 
 

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