How Memories Get Made

2010 June 2

Terry McDermott and Dr. Gary Lynch

One Response to “How Memories Get Made”

  1. andy adkins Says:

    a few words on chemical memory

    myelin
    astrolcytes
    oligodendrocytes
    chemical memories control more than 90% of all our actions and interactions with the world. They determine how we pee in the morning; react to foods; collect and process non-verbal information (absolutely the key element of life); I could go on and on and on


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