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Plasticity and memory: inventing the Swiss knife of the future - Nature Neuroscience 2019

Thursday 12 September 2019, by Marie-Noelle Gouineau

The next generation of approaches to investigate the link between synaptic plasticity and learning

Activity-dependent synaptic plasticity has since long been proposed to represent the subcellular substrate of learning and memory, one of the most important behavioral processes through which we adapt to our environment. Despite the undisputed importance of synaptic plasticity for brain function, its exact contribution to learning processes in the context of cellular and connectivity modifications remains obscure. Causally bridging synaptic and behavioral modifications indeed remains limited by the available tools to measure and control synaptic strength and plasticity in vivo under behaviorally relevant conditions.

- Link to the full-text access: https://rdcu.be/bP6IF
- Contacts: Yann Humeau and Daniel Choquet (IINS)

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