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Science 319 (5870): 1627-1628

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NEUROSCIENCE:
A Protoplasmic Kiss to Remember

Martin Korte

During establishment of long-term memory, protein synthesis, regulated by neurotrophins, affects the morphology of synaptic structures.


Zoological Institute, Division of Cellular Neurobiology, TU Braunschweig, D-38106 Germany. E-mail: m.korte{at}tu-bs.de


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