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Science 317 (5840): 883-

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NEUROSCIENCE:
Enzyme Keeps Old Memories Alive

Greg Miller

On page 951 of this week's issue of Science, a team of neuroscientists reports results suggesting that the continuing activity of a particular enzyme is somehow necessary to maintain long-term memory, something that's not predicted by most current hypotheses on the mechanisms of memory.



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