Cerebellar perineuronal nets in cocaine-induced pavlovian memory: Site matters

  title={Cerebellar perineuronal nets in cocaine-induced pavlovian memory: Site matters},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Carbo-Gas and Josep Moreno-Rius and Julian Guarque-Chabrera and Dolores B Vazquez-Sanroman and Marta Miquel},
One of the key mechanisms for the stabilization of synaptic changes near the end of critical periods for experience-dependent plasticity is the formation of specific lattice extracellular matrix structures called perineuronal nets (PNNs). The formation of drug memories depends on local circuits in the cerebellum, but it is unclear to what extent it may also relate to changes in their PNN. Here, we investigated changes in the PNNs of the cerebellum following cocaine-induced preference… CONTINUE READING
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