Single Brain Cell Can Hold a Memory

Memory has long been described as a function of brain cells getting together and forming connections. A new study finds single cells can remember things.
Individual nerve cells (called neurons) in the front part of the brain can hold traces of memories by themselves for up to a minute, perhaps longer.

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Brain Memory said...

This is going to be insanely cool.


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