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Consolidation and reconsolidation share behavioural and neurochemical mechanisms

Bang, Ji Won ; Shibata, Kazuhisa ; Frank, Sebastian M. ; Walsh, Edward G. ; Greenlee, Mark W. ; Watanabe, Takeo ; Sasaki, Yuka


After encoding, memory traces are fragile and easily disrupted by new learning until they are stabilized through a process termed consolidation(1,2). However, several studies have suggested that consolidation does not make memory traces permanently stable. The results of these studies support the theory that the retrieval of previously consolidated memory, termed reactivation, renders the memory ...


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