A new study identifies a key factor in regulating information transmission during the early stages of auditory processing.
Researchers report they have discovered a link between unhealthy brain aging and a protein responsible for regulating calcium.
Researchers use optogenetics to study impairment to the CA2 region of the hippocampus.
A specialized area of the mouse brain called the SuM specializes in detecting novel experiences. Within this brain area, responses to social novelty, or experiences related to unknown individuals, were segregated from those related to unfamiliar places, before being sent to areas of the brain associated with memory.
Researchers identify a calcium dependent mechanism for neuronal information storage.
Study reveals how the CA2 region of the hippocampus plays a key role in long-term memory consolidation.