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CA3Carbonic Anhydrase 3 (gene)
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While previous computer simulations predicted that brief and repetitive experiences would activate CA3 neurons similarly, this is the first study to actually show that it's true.
We applaud Chrysalis-ITS on their commitment to global security standards and on Luna CA3 being the only HSM to achieve this merit.
Cells in hippocampal CA1 and CA3 were counted in squares of 500 [micro]m x 500 [micro]m using a counting net.
Scientist Martin Chadwick added that a larger CA3 might contain more neurons or more connections between neurons, which could allow greater physical separation of the different memory traces.
Supreme Court held that the Global War on Terrorism is a CA3 conflict because "[t]he term 'conflict not of an international character' is used [in CA3] in contradistinction to a conflict between nations," meaning that CA3 applies to any armed conflict not covered by CA2.
CA3 and CA1 interact to create long-term memory, prior research has shown.
2003), we here show histochemically that AChE activity is inhibited (by about 33% in hippocampus CA1, 20% in hippocampus CA3, and 17% in the striatum) in adult mice treated orally only with the dose also found to facilitate memory.
3, as well as the draft Army Regulation (AR) on Detention Operations, AR 190-8, apply CA3 as the minimum acceptable humane treatment standard.
SBS' new single slot CA3 computer is ideal for industrial automation, process control and other embedded/OEM applications.
Field CA2 is characterized by a narrow, dense band of large pyramidal cells and field CA3 by a broad, loose band of large pyramidal neurons.
We have evidence suggesting that a presynaptic [alpha]2A AR inhibits glutamatergie release in the pyramidal cell recurrent collaterals of the hippocampal CA3 region, effectively reducing seizures.
Topics include the influence of structural substrates in synaptic plasticity, artificial synapses in neuronal networks, two models of dopamine deafferentiation through synaptic alterations of the striatum, control system modeling in research on seratonin function and behavior, tetanus-derived protein in the analysis of neuronal networks, special nerve endings of the central nervous system for release of bioactive molecules, vesicle pools and their regulation by calcium-dependent regulation, properties of parallel fiber synapsis in vivo, field CA3 of the hippocampus, and the organization of the central nervous system.