An Octopamine-Mushroom Body Circuit Modulates the Formation of Anesthesia-Resistant Memory in Drosophila

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BACKGROUND Drosophila olfactory aversive conditioning produces two components of intermediate-term memory: anesthesia-sensitive memory (ASM) and anesthesia-resistant memory (ARM). Recently, the anterior paired lateral (APL) neuron innervating the whole mushroom body (MB) has been shown to modulate ASM via gap-junctional communication in olfactory… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2013.09.056

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@article{Wu2013AnOB, title={An Octopamine-Mushroom Body Circuit Modulates the Formation of Anesthesia-Resistant Memory in Drosophila}, author={Chia-Lin Wu and Meng-Fu Maxwell Shih and Pei-Tseng Lee and Ann-Shyn Chiang}, journal={Current Biology}, year={2013}, volume={23}, pages={2346-2354} }