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The Brain Encodes the "Where" and "When" of Memory Separately

News   Jan 12, 2021 | Original story from MIT

 
The Brain Encodes the "Where" and "When" of Memory Separately

MIT neuroscientists have found that pyramidal cells (green) in the CA2 region of the hippocampus are responsible for storing critical timing information. Credits: Image: The Tonegawa Lab, edited by MIT News

 
 
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