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firing differences of tonically active interneurons in the striatum to reward events

Published comment on ´Differences between dorsal and ventral striatum in the sensitivity of tonically active neurons to rewarding events` by K. Marche, A-C. Martel and P. Apicella and published in Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 24th July 2017 doi.org/10.3389/fnsys.2017.00052 SUMMARY Marche, … Continue reading

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blocking hippocampal AMPAR removal prevents forgetting

Posted comment on ´Blocking Synaptic Removal of GluA2-Containing AMPA Receptors Prevents the Natural Forgetting of Long-Term Memories` by P.V. Migues, L. Liu, G.E.B. Archbold, E.O. Einarsson, J. Wong, K. Bonasia, S.H. Ko, Y.T. Wang and O. Hardt and published in … Continue reading

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rat perirhinal cortical firing represents more than one object characteristic

Posted comment on ´Neural Correlates of Object-Associated Choice Behaviour in the Perirhinal Cortex of Rats` by J-R. Ahn and I. Lee published in Journal of Neuroscience 28th January 2015, vol 35(4) p. 1692 SUMMARY The aim of Ahn and Lee`s … Continue reading

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obsessive-compulsive disorder extinction failure

Posted comment on ´Enhanced Avoidance Habits in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder` by C.M.Gillan, S. Morein-Zamir, G.P. Urcelay, A. Sule, V. Voon, A.M. Apergis-Schoute, N.A. Fineberg, B.J. Sahakian, T.W. Robbins published in Biological Psychiatry vol 75, issue 8, Pages 631–638, April 15, 2014 … Continue reading

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