Novel Approach to Delivering Drugs Across the Blood-Brain Barrier to Treat Brain Tumors

Mouse study uncovers mechanisms by which the brain consolidates remote fear memories

A distant fear memory is a memory of traumatic events that occurred in the distant past -; a few months to a few decades ago. A mouse study from the University of California, Riverside, published in Natural neuroscience has now clarified the fundamental mechanisms by which the brain consolidates distant fear memories. The study demonstrates …

Mouse study uncovers mechanisms by which the brain consolidates remote fear memories Read More »