Mary E. Lonergan
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Protein kinase Mzeta maintains fear memory in the amygdala but not in the hippocampus.
- J. Kwapis, Timothy J Jarome, Mary E. Lonergan, F. Helmstetter
- Medicine, Psychology
- Behavioral neuroscience
- 1 August 2009
Recent work on the long-term stability of memory and synaptic plasticity has identified a potentially critical role for protein kinase Mzeta (PKMzeta). PKMzeta is a constitutively active, atypical… Expand
Time-Dependent Expression of Arc and Zif268 after Acquisition of Fear Conditioning
- Mary E. Lonergan, G. Gafford, Timothy J Jarome, F. Helmstetter
- Psychology, Medicine
- Neural plasticity
- 26 May 2010
Memory consolidation requires transcription and translation of new protein. Arc, an effector immediate early gene, and zif268, a regulatory transcription factor, have been implicated in synaptic… Expand