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The Radish Gene Reveals a Memory Component with Variable Temporal Properties

By Holly LaFerriere, Katherine Speichinger, Astrid Stromhaug and Troy Zars

Abstract

Memory phases, dependent on different neural and molecular mechanisms, strongly influence memory performance. Our understanding, however, of how memory phases interact is far from complete. In Drosophila, aversive olfactory learning is thought to progress from short-term through long-term memory phases. Another memory phase termed anesthesia resistant memory, dependent on the radish gene, influences memory hours after aversive olfactory learning. How does the radish-dependent phase influence memory performance in different tasks? It is found that the radish memory component does not scale with the stability of several memory traces, indicating a specific recruitment of this component to influence different memories, even within minutes of learning

Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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