AMPA receptor exchange underlies transient memory destabilization on retrieval.

Abstract

A consolidated memory can be transiently destabilized by memory retrieval, after which memories are reconsolidated within a few hours; however, the molecular substrates underlying this destabilization process remain essentially unknown. Here we show that at lateral amygdala synapses, fear memory consolidation correlates with increased surface expression of… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1305235110

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