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21 may 2019 21:00:02

 
ACC Theta Improves Hippocampal Contextual Processing during Remote Recall (Cell Reports)
 




Over time, contextual memories become dependent on the ACC for retrieval. Wirt and Hyman found that theta-mediated interactions between ACC and CA1 increase for remote recall. Communication from the ACC to CA1 modulates neural oscillations and unit spiking, leading to enhanced CA1 contextual information.


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