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NMDA receptor hypofunction in the dentate gyrus and impaired context discrimination in adult Fmr1 knockout mice
Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is the most common form of inherited intellectual disability in humans. This X‐linked disorder is caused by the transcriptional repression of a single gene, Fmr1. The loss ofExpand
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Trace and contextual fear conditioning is enhanced in mice lacking the α4 subunit of the GABAA receptor
The GABA(A)R alpha4 subunit is highly expressed in the dentate gyrus region of the hippocampus at predominantly extra synaptic locations where, along with the GABA(A)R delta subunit, it forms GABA(A)Expand
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Neurobehavioral Changes Resulting from Recombinase Activation Gene 1 Deletion
ABSTRACT Recombinase activation gene 1 (RAG-1) function is essential for V(D)J recombination in T-cell-receptor and immunoglobulin rearrangements whereby the immune system may encode memories of aExpand
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Organization of forelimb motoneuron pools in two bat species (Eptesicus fuscus and Myotis lucifugus).
The present investigation provides further evidence of the conservation of motor nuclei in amniotes. The position of six forelimb and shoulder motor pools were mapped in two species of bat, EptesicusExpand
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1 Hippocampal Motifs
Dorsal Hippocampal neurons provide an allocentric map of space, characterized by three key properties. First, their firing is spatially selective, termed a rate code. Second, as animals traverseExpand
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