Susan G. Walling

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Norepinephrine, acting through beta-adrenergic receptors, is implicated in mammalian memory. In in vitro and in vivo studies, norepinephrine produces potentiation of the perforant path-dentate gyrus(More)
The locus ceruleus is activated by novel stimuli, and its activation promotes learning and memory. Phasic activation of locus ceruleus neurons by glutamate enhances the dentate gyrus population spike(More)