A role for prefrontal calcium-sensitive protein phosphatase and kinase activities in working memory.

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The prefrontal cortex is involved in the integration and interpretation of information for directing thoughts and planning action. Working memory is defined as the active maintenance of information in mind and is thought to lie at the core of many prefrontal functions. Although dopamine and other neurotransmitters have been implicated, the intracellular… (More)

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@article{Runyan2005ARF, title={A role for prefrontal calcium-sensitive protein phosphatase and kinase activities in working memory.}, author={Jason D. Runyan and Anthony N. Moore and Pramod K Dash}, journal={Learning & memory}, year={2005}, volume={12 2}, pages={103-10} }