A recent study indicates microRNAs may play a far more important role in memory formation than previously thought. The research suggests microRNA—miR-182 is involved in developing memory in the amgydala.
Researchers discover a three molecule complex could be a target for treating Huntington's Disease, a genetic and currently incurable brain disease which causes movement disorders and dementia.
Researchers note reduced fear and stress responses following a mildly traumatic event when rapamycin, a protein synthesis blocker, is administered.
Electrical stimulation of the hippocampus activates the same receptor complexes as memory recall and learning, a new study reveals.
A new study reports researchers have created a new framework for protein aggregation under acute stress.
A new study claims researchers have been able to reactivate memories which could not otherwise be retrieved by using optogenetics.