Short- and Long-Term Memory in Drosophila Require cAMP Signaling in Distinct Neuron Types

@article{Blum2009ShortAL,
  title={Short- and Long-Term Memory in Drosophila Require cAMP Signaling in Distinct Neuron Types},
  author={Allison L. Blum and Wanhe Li and M Margaret Cressy and Josh Dubnau},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={1341-1350}
}
BACKGROUND A common feature of memory and its underlying synaptic plasticity is that each can be dissected into short-lived forms involving modification or trafficking of existing proteins and long-term forms that require new gene expression. An underlying assumption of this cellular view of memory consolidation is that these different mechanisms occur within a single neuron. At the neuroanatomical level, however, different temporal stages of memory can engage distinct neural circuits, a notion… CONTINUE READING
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