By learning more about how a protein crucial for learning works, researchers move a step closer to figuring out how memory and learning work, a new study reports.
A new, light controllable tool has been developed that allows researchers to explore CaMKII kinetics in memory and learning.
Study documents how CaMKII acts during synaptic plasticity, providing clues about the molecular signals that regulate memory formation.
Researchers report the gamma-CaMPII protein plays a critical role in learning and memory. The shuttle protein may be dysfunctional in those with Schizophrenia and autism, hindering learning abilities, researchers report.
A compound used to treat leukemia shows promise in preventing breast cancer cells from metastasizing in the brain.
A new study sheds light on the molecular basis of memory. The study details how the binding sites of CamKII act to align actin fragments, creating bundles that support skeletons of dendritic spines.
A new study reveals the underlying molecular process by which opiate addiction develops in the brain.
Researchers have built a mathematical model that describes the molecular events associated with the beginning stage of learning and memory formation in the human brain.