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Long-Lasting Proteins in the Brain Offer Clues to How Memories Last a Lifetime

News   Apr 03, 2018 | Original Story from Johns Hopkins Medicine

 
In Mice, Long-Lasting Brain Proteins Offer Clues to How Memories Last a Lifetime

Long-term stability of the structure of synapses (magenta) and the expression of neurotransmitter receptors (yellow) at synapses in the brain. Arrows and arrowheads mark the same synapses imaged in live mice over four weeks. Credit: Johns Hopkins Medicine

 
 
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