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CA1Carbonic Anhydrase 1 (genetics)
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CA1Cortical Area 1 (pyramid cells)
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Alterations in cortical regions involved in emotion, memory, perception, and salience functions among tinnitus patients have been reported previously.[7],[8] As an important component of the emotion and memory networks, the hippocampus is essential for emotional reaction, learning, and memory.[9],[10] Hippocampus could constantly update the tinnitus signal that is generated in the thalamocortical system preventing habituation.[11] The CA1 area of the hippocampus is of significant importance for neurotransmission in and out of hippocampus, and the possibility of a role for this area in tinnitus is intriguing.
What they found is that after temporarily inactivating the CA1, it increased avoidance of the conflict.
We further compared the expression changes of GluA1-3 subunits in the subregion of the hippocampus (DG, CA3, and CA1) with immunohistochemistry and semiquantitative measurement by optic density.
Study leader Nicolette Ognjanovski, of the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at Michigan, and colleagues found that disrupting the rhythm of neuronal firing, or oscillations, in the CA1 of mice interfered with memory formation, Health news reported,
The results of ChAT analysis showed that the ChAT density in the hippocampal CA1 region was significantly lower in the control group than in the naive group (40.23 [+ or -] 3.40 (62.85 [+ or -] 5.29%) versus 64.29 [+ or -] 1.92 (100.0 [+ or -] 2.99%), p < 0.001; Figure 5(b)).
Briefly, (I) Type 1 (mild): it is similar to control, with no considerable principal cell loss in the CA1 region.
have demonstrated that PCMI can effectively estimate the directionality of local field potentials (LFPs) between CA1 and CA3 in rats [25].
The layers of interest were the strata pyramidale, radiatum, and lacunosum molecular of CA1, of the dorsal hippocampal formation.
In the hippocampus, BDNF-positive cells were mainly concentrated in the granular cell layer of the DG and in the pyramidal cell layer of the CA1, CA3 and CA4 regions (Figure 2).
Researchers have known that the code for trajectory choice could be found in CA1. The researchers at the Kavli Institute showed that a similar code is present in nucleus reuniens (NR) in the thalamus as well as anterior cingulate (AC) and prelimbic cortex (PC), both in the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC).