Reconsolidation: maintaining memory relevance.

@article{Lee2009ReconsolidationMM,
  title={Reconsolidation: maintaining memory relevance.},
  author={Jonathan L. C. Lee},
  journal={Trends in neurosciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={32 8},
  pages={413-20}
}
The retrieval of a memory places it into a plastic state, the result of which is that the memory can be disrupted or even enhanced by experimental treatment. This phenomenon has been conceptualised within a framework of memories being reactivated and then reconsolidated in repeated rounds of cellular processing. The reconsolidation phase has been seized upon as crucial for the understanding of memory stability and, more recently, as a potential therapeutic target in the treatment of disorders… CONTINUE READING
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