Learning and Memory: The Behavioral and Biological Substrates

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level, the correlates identified in rabbit CA1 cells are very similar to those identified in Hermissenda B cells: reduction of IK(CA + +) that is mediated by long-term PKC activation. Thus, a general mechanism of neural modification related to associative learning may involve the activation of PKC and the consequent modification of potassium currents.


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