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CU-BOULDERNRSC 2100Serge CampeauFall

NRSC 2100 Chapter 5: Neurotransmitters

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CU-BOULDERNRSC 2100Serge CampeauFall

NRSC 2100 Chapter 7: Neurochemistry and Action Potential

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CU-BOULDERNRSC 2100Serge CampeauFall

NRSC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Schwann Cell, Cell Theory, Cytoarchitecture

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Chapter 1 neuroscience: past, present, and future12/10/2016 3:12: Procedure being performed over 7,000 years ago. Boring holes into skulls in hopes of
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CU-BOULDERNRSC 4032J. Rudy Spring

NRSC 4032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Oligonucleotide, Sirolimus, Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor

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NRSC 4032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Anterograde Amnesia, Retrograde Amnesia, Camillo Golgi

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Neurobiology of learning and memory- seeks to understand how the brain retrieves and stores information about our experiences in a persistent state tha
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NRSC 4032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Gria2, Enzyme Inhibitor, Gria1

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Chapter 7: maintaining the consolidated trace: crick- brought up the fact that synaptic molecules are short lived compared to how long our memories las
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CU-BOULDERNRSC 4032J. Rudy Spring

NRSC 4032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Schaffer Collateral, Dendritic Spine, Basal Dendrite

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Chapter 5 notes: de novo protein synthesis, consolidation depends on the synthesis of new proteins. Proteins were not available at the end of the event
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CU-BOULDERNRSC 4032J. Rudy Spring

NRSC 4032 Chapter 8: Toward a synthesis/ review of unit 1

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NRSC 4032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nmda Receptor Antagonist, Nmda Receptor, Second Messenger System

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The synapses as a biochemical factory: all the proteins that are present at the postsynaptic neuron that are necessary should be there, if there is a m
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NRSC 4032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Aplysia Gill And Siphon Withdrawal Reflex, Schaffer Collateral, Dentate Gyrus

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Karl lashley (1950) made first serious attempt to locate the memory trace. When the siphon is touched multiple times the rate of the reaction decreases
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