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Diabetes induces early sufferance in the cholinergic septo‐hippocampal system, characterized by deficits in learning and memory, reduced hippocampal plasticity and abnormal pro‐nerve growth factor (proNGF) release from hippocampal cells, all linked to dysfunctions in the muscarinic cholinergic...
Anxiety disorders are highly prevalent in modern society and better treatments are required. Key brain areas and signaling systems underlying anxiety include prefrontal cortex, hippocampus, and amygdala, and monoaminergic and peptidergic systems, respectively. Hindbrain GABAergic projection...
A popular model of memory consolidation posits that recent memories stored in the hippocampus are reactivated during sleep and thereby transferred to neocortex for long‐term storage. This process is thought to occur during sharp wave‐ripples (SWRs) in nonrapid eye movement sleep (NREM). However,...
Throughout the brain, reciprocally connected excitatory and inhibitory neurons interact to produce gamma‐frequency oscillations. The emergent gamma rhythm synchronizes local neural activity and helps to select which cells should fire in each cycle. We previously found that such...
Deciding whether a place is the same or different than places encountered previously is a common task in daily navigation which requires to develop knowledge about the locations of objects (object‐location binding) and to recognize places from different perspectives. These abilities rely on...
Degeneracy, defined as the ability of structurally disparate elements to perform analogous function, has largely been assessed from the perspective of maintaining robustness of physiology or plasticity. How does the framework of degeneracy assimilate into an encoding system where the ability to...
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