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PROMEMO aims to identify and understand the function of memory-associated proteins that determines the persistence of a memory.
Switching memory "on" and "off" - generation and removal of an associative memory by changing synaptic strength (inducing LTD and LTP).
Spanning cutting-edge techniques in proteomics, complex structural biology, optogenetic memory engineering, electrophysiology, and high-resolution brain imaging.
A light-sheet microscopy photo from Nykjaer's lab has been published by Cell Reports as a cover page for the November issue.
Professor Marco Capognas imprint on neuroscience is clearer than ever one year after his passing. This is largely due to his lab colleagues who…
In a newly published article in Cell Reports authors from Nykjær Lab describe how SorCS2 receptor determines the motor neuron identity, motor nerve…
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WHO The Nordic Neuroscience meeting is intended for all neuroscientists in the Nordic and Baltic countries, but scientists from other parts of the…
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