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Synaptic patterns on different cell types in the different laminae of the cat visual cortex. An electron microscope study
Transmission of information by the axon. I. Noise and memory in the myelinated nerve fiber of the frog
Long-term posttetantic changes in the reaction of neighboring neurons in microsegments of the cat motor cortex
Differential roles for medial prefrontal and medial temporal cortices in schema-dependent encoding: from congruent to incongruent
Synaptic plasticity and cell cycle activation in neurons are alternative effector pathways: the 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde concept' of Alzheimer's disease or the yin and yang of neuroplasticity
Declarative memory consolidation in humans: a prospective functional magnetic resonance imaging study
Persistent schema-dependent hippocampal-neocortical connectivity during memory encoding and postencoding rest in humans
Induction of immediate early genes in the mouse auditory cortex after auditory cued fear conditioning to complex sounds
Autobiographical memory retrieval and hippocampal activation as a function of repetition and the passage of time
A neural network model for the acquisition of a spatial body scheme through sensorimotor interaction
Increased resting-state perfusion after repeated encoding is related to later retrieval of declarative associative memories
Analysis of transduction efficiency, tropism and axonal transport of AAV serotypes 1, 2, 5, 6, 8 and 9 in the mouse brain
Beta-adrenergic blockade during memory retrieval in humans evokes a sustained reduction of declarative emotional memory enhancement
Assigning Function to Adult-Born Neurons: A Theoretical Framework for Characterizing Neural Manipulation of Learning
The effect of exogenous cortisol during sleep on the behavioral and neural correlates of emotional memory consolidation in humans
The effects of varying periods of visual deprivation on synaptogenesis in the superior colliculus of the rat
Contrast constancy in natural scenes in shadow or direct light: A proposed role for contrast-normalisation (non-specific suppression) in visual cortex
Coherent theta oscillations and reorganization of spike timing in the hippocampal- prefrontal network upon learning
A computational model of pattern separation efficiency in the dentate gyrus with implications in schizophrenia
Such stuff as dreams are made on? Elaborative encoding, the ancient art of memory, and the hippocampus
Does Sleep Improve Your Grammar? Preferential Consolidation of Arbitrary Components of New Linguistic Knowledge
Memory reactivation during rapid eye movement sleep promotes its generalization and integration in cortical stores
Probabilistic secretion of quanta in the central nervous system: granule cell synaptic control of pattern separation and activity regulation
Long-term changes, induced by microstimulation of the neocortex, in the efficiency of excitatory postsynaptic transmission in the thalamocortical networks
Large Scale Cortical Functional Networks Associated with Slow-Wave and Spindle-Burst-Related Spontaneous Activity
Theoretical Principles of Multiscale Spatiotemporal Control of Neuronal Networks: A Complex Systems Perspective
Trophic functions of the neuron. VI. Other trophic systems. The effect of selective visual experience of stimulus trigger features of kitten cortical neurons
Methylphenidate during early consolidation affects long-term associative memory retrieval depending on baseline catecholamines
Computer simulation of a cerebellar cortex compartment. I. General principles and properties of a neural net
Comparison of contrast-normalization and threshold models of the responses of simple cells in cat striate cortex
Modeling the spontaneous reactivation of experience-specific hippocampal cell assembles during sleep
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