S. V. Zvorykina

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expression of the transcription factor c-Fos accompanies a very diverse set of types of learning and plays a critical role in memory formation [1, 8, 9]. The protein products of the early genes, synthesized in response to extracellular signals, trigger the transcription of their late gene targets, leading to long-term plastic changes in neuron connections,(More)
Memory consolidation is a term used to describe the process of memory stabilization from labile, easily disrupted state into disruption-resistant long-term form. Protein synthesis inhibitors injected before or immediately after learning episode, produce significant amnesia. However in a limited number of studies the possibility of memory recovery after such(More)
Memory consolidation is a term used to describe the process of stabilizing memory from the short-term labile form to the long-term form, which is resistant to disruption. Administration of a protein synthesis inhibitor shortly before or immediately after an episode of training induces amnesia, which is generally regarded as irreversible. However, a number(More)
Patterns of expression of c-Fos transcription factor in the motor (M1 and M2) and cingulate cortex (dorsal part, Cg1, RSA, and ventral part, PrL, Cg2, RSG) were analyzed after fear conditioning in 129 sv mice. Mice were exposed to the context and tone followed by electric footshock (footshock group, FG) or to context only (context group, CG). Control mice(More)
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