The Persistence of Long-Term Memory A Molecular Approach to Self-Sustaining Changes in Learning-Induced Synaptic Growth

@article{Bailey2004ThePO,
  title={The Persistence of Long-Term Memory A Molecular Approach to Self-Sustaining Changes in Learning-Induced Synaptic Growth},
  author={C. H. Bailey and E. Kandel and Kausik Si},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2004},
  volume={44},
  pages={49-57}
}
  • C. H. Bailey, E. Kandel, Kausik Si
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuron
  • Recent cellular and molecular studies of both implicit and explicit memory storage suggest that experience-dependent modulation of synaptic strength and structure is a fundamental mechanism by which these diverse forms of memory are encoded and stored. For both forms of memory storage, some type of synaptic growth is thought to represent the stable cellular change that maintains the long-term process. In this review, we discuss recent findings on the molecular events that underlie learning… CONTINUE READING
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