Genetic neuroscience of mammalian learning and memory.


Our primary research interest is to understand the molecular and cellular mechanisms on neuronal circuitry underlying the acquisition, consolidation and retrieval of hippocampus-dependent memory in rodents. We study these problems by producing genetically engineered (i.e. spatially targeted and/or temporally restricted) mice and analysing these mice by… (More)


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@article{Tonegawa2003GeneticNO, title={Genetic neuroscience of mammalian learning and memory.}, author={Susumu Tonegawa and Kazu Nakazawa and Matthew A. Wilson}, journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences}, year={2003}, volume={358 1432}, pages={787-95} }