English, Article edition: Memory formation: its molecular and cell biology Rose, Steven P. R.

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  • Memory formation: its molecular and cell biology
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  • Rose, Steven P. R.
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  • Memories are stored in the brain in the form of changes in synaptic connectivity brought about through a cascade of molecular processes. Transient synaptic changes result in alterations in gene expression and, ultimately, the synthesis of a family of cell adhesion molecules which are responsible for holding the synapse in a new configuration. However, memory remains a dynamic property of the brain system as a whole, rather than in any particular small region.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:3:y:1995:i:03:p:243-256_00
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