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Wednesday, April 07, 12:38PM  by:shuri
deep,
biology of memory,
engram cells,
memory formation,
synaptic plasticity,
li-huei tsai,
marco asaf,
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source Neuroscientists discover a molecular mechanism that allows memories to form
Encoding memories in engram cells is controlled by large-scale remodeling of the proteins and DNA that make up cells’ chromatin, according to an MIT study. This chromatin remodeling, which allows specific genes involved in storing memories to become more active, takes place in multiple stages spread out over several days.