Memory consolidation and reconsolidation of an inhibitory avoidance task in mice: effects of a new different learning task.

@article{Boccia2005MemoryCA,
  title={Memory consolidation and reconsolidation of an inhibitory avoidance task in mice: effects of a new different learning task.},
  author={M M Boccia and Mariano Guillermo Blake and Gabriela Beatriz Acosta and Carlos Mar{\'i}a Baratti},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={135 1},
  pages={19-29}
}
CF-1 male mice were trained in an inhibitory avoidance task using a high footshock (1.2mA, 50Hz, 1 s) in order to reduce the influence of extinction on retention performance. A single session of 5 min exposure to a hole-board (nose-poke behavior), either immediately after training or the first retention test (memory reactivation) impaired retention performance over two consecutive days. The effects were time-dependent since they were not observed when the exposure to the hole-board was delayed… CONTINUE READING

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