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English: “Pavlovian memory symphony” of recall patterns of fear memory traces from the CA1 of the hippocampus of a wild-type mouse. The audio file reflects the memory patterns generated from the CA1 of the hippocampus of a wild-type mouse (mouse #4 in Figure 12A). To convert the recall patterns of fear memory traces into “Pavlovian memory symphony”, four distinct types of fear memory traces retrieved during the five-minutes contextual recall session are represented by four different frequency tones (notes). Each tenor C, E, G and a soprano C note correspond to a simple CS trace, a simple US trace, a CS-to-US associative trace, and a US-to-CS associative trace, respectively. The audio clip of this 5-minute “Pavlovian memory symphony” is time compressed by a factor of four (into a 1.25-minute clip).
|Source||Sound S1 from Zhang H, Chen G, Kuang H, Tsien J (2013). "Mapping and Deciphering Neural Codes of NMDA Receptor-Dependent Fear Memory Engrams in the Hippocampus". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0079454. PMID 24302990. PMC: 3841182.|
|Author||Zhang H, Chen G, Kuang H, Tsien J|
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