Sequential Use of Mushroom Body Neuron Subsets during Drosophila Odor Memory Processing

@article{Krashes2007SequentialUO,
  title={Sequential Use of Mushroom Body Neuron Subsets during Drosophila Odor Memory Processing},
  author={Michael J. Krashes and Alex C Keene and Benjamin S. Leung and James Douglas Armstrong and Scott Waddell},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2007},
  volume={53},
  pages={103-115}
}
Drosophila mushroom bodies (MB) are bilaterally symmetric multilobed brain structures required for olfactory memory. Previous studies suggested that neurotransmission from MB neurons is only required for memory retrieval. Our unexpected observation that Dorsal Paired Medial (DPM) neurons, which project only to MB neurons, are required during memory storage but not during acquisition or retrieval, led us to revisit the role of MB neurons in memory processing. We show that neurotransmission from… CONTINUE READING
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