Neurodegenerative disorders: Hunting glycoproteins

Abstract

www.nature.com/reviews/neuro There are two types of memory: explicit (declarative) memory, which concerns facts and experiences, can be recalled by conscious effort and reported verbally, whereas implicit (nondeclarative) memory, which involves skill learning, cannot. However, new findings by Park and colleagues indicate that this dichotomous distinction… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrn1617

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