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2013Molecular signatures and mechanisms of long-lasting memory consolidation and storageKatche, Cynthia; Cammarota, Martín; Medina, Jorge H.
2013Nicotine modulates the long-lasting storage of fear memoryLima, Ramón H.; Radiske, Andressa; Köhler, Cristiano A.; Gonzalez, Maria Carolina; Bevilaqua, Lia R.; Rossato, Janine I.; Medina, Jorge H.; Cammarota, Martín
2013Decreased acetylcholine release delays the consolidation of object recognition memoryJaeger, Xavier De; Cammarota, Martín; Prado, Marco A.M.; Izquierdo, Iván; Prado, Vania F.; Pereira, Grace S.
2013Functional integrity of the retrosplenial cortex is essential for rapid consolidation and recall of fear memoryKatche, Cynthia; Dorman, Guido; Slipczuk, Leandro; Cammarota, Martín; Medina, Jorge H.
2013Medial prefrontal cortex is a crucial node of a rapid learning system that retrieves recent and remote memoriesGonzalez, Carolina; Kramar, Cecilia; Garagoli, Fernando; Rossato, Janine I.; Weisstaub, Noelia; Cammarota, Martín; Medina, Jorge H.
2013Consolidation of Object Recognition Memory Requires HRI Kinase-Dependent Phosphorylation of eIF2a in the HippocampusILL-Raga, Gerard; Kohler, Cristiano; Radiske, Andressa; Lima, Ramón H.; Rosen, Mark D.; Muñoz, Francisco J.; Cammarota, Martín
Nov-2013Consolidation of object recognition memory requires simultaneous activation of dopamine D1/D5 receptors in the amygdala and medial prefrontal cortex but not in the hippocampusRossato, Janine I.; Radiske, Andressa; Kohler, Cristiano A.; Gonzalez, Carolina; Bevilaqua, Lia R.; Medina, Jorge H.; Cammarota, Martín