Neuroscientists Build Case for New Theory of Memory Formation

Neuroscientists Build Case for New Theory of Memory Formation

The red staining shows hippocampal dentate gyrus (DG) engram cells, which store a long-term fear memory and have the light sensitive optogenetic protein channelrhodopsin-2. The blue staining shows all cells in the dorsal hippocampus brain region, including non-engram cells (blue color staining only).

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