Consolidation of spatial memory in the rat: Findings using zeta-inhibitory peptide.

Abstract

Whether or not spatial memories reorganize in the rodent brain is an unanswered question that carries the importance of whether the rodent provides a suitable animal model of human retrograde amnesia. The finding of equally impaired recent and remote spatial memory could reflect the continued importance of the hippocampus for spatial memory or a performance… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.nlm.2016.11.003

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