How Memory Is Read Out In The Fly Brain

How Memory Is Read Out In The Fly Brain

What happens if you cannot recall your memory correctly? You are able to associate and store the name and face of a person, yet you might be unable to remember them when you meet that person. In this example, the recall of the information is temporarily impaired. How such associative memories are “read out” in the brain remains one of the great mysteries of modern neurobiology…

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/230799.php



Categories: Neuroscience

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