Cancer Drug Induces Long-Lasting Memories in Animal Model of Alzheimer’s

Cancer Drug Induces Long-Lasting Memories in Animal Model of Alzheimer’s
In a new study entitled “Histone Deacetylase Inhibition via RGFP966 Releases the Brakes on Sensory Cortical Plasticity and the Specificity of Memory Formation” a team of researchers at Rutgers University discovered that the drug RGFP966 changes how audible memory is formed and that RGFP966-treated rats have stronger memories that are retained and transmitted to other brain cells. The study

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