The substrates of memory: defects, treatments, and enhancement.

Abstract

Recent work has added strong support to the long-standing hypothesis that the stabilization of both long-term potentiation and memory requires rapid reorganization of the spine actin cytoskeleton. This development has led to new insights into the origins of cognitive disorders, and raised the possibility that a diverse array of memory problems, including… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejphar.2007.11.082

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@article{Lynch2008TheSO, title={The substrates of memory: defects, treatments, and enhancement.}, author={Gary Lynch and Christopher Rex and Lulu Chen and Christine M Gall}, journal={European journal of pharmacology}, year={2008}, volume={585 1}, pages={2-13} }