Retrosplenial Cortex and Long-Term Memory: Molecules to Behavior

@inproceedings{Todd2015RetrosplenialCA,
  title={Retrosplenial Cortex and Long-Term Memory: Molecules to Behavior},
  author={Travis P. Todd and David J Bucci},
  booktitle={Neural plasticity},
  year={2015}
}
The retrosplenial cortex (RSC) is reciprocally connected with the hippocampus and various parahippocampal cortical regions, suggesting that RSC is well-positioned to contribute to hippocampal-dependent memory. Consistent with this, substantial behavioral evidence indicates that RSC is essential for consolidating and/or retrieving contextual and spatial memories. In addition, there is growing evidence that RSC neurons undergo activity-dependent plastic changes during memory formation and… CONTINUE READING

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