CREB and neuronal selection for memory trace

@inproceedings{Kim2013CREBAN,
  title={CREB and neuronal selection for memory trace},
  author={Jieun Kim and Jeong-Tae Kwon and Hyung-Su Kim and Jin Hee Han},
  booktitle={Front. Neural Circuits},
  year={2013}
}
Despite considerable progress over the past several decades, our understanding of the mechanisms underlying memory encoding, storage, and expression in a complex neural network are far from complete. In particular, how some neurons rather than others are selectively engaged to encode memory remains largely unknown. Using virus-mediated gene delivery into a small subset of neurons in a given network, molecular imaging of neuronal activity, pharmacological perturbation of specific neurons… CONTINUE READING
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