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Changes of synaptic structures associated with learning, memory and diseases

Synaptic plasticity is widely believed to be the cellular basis of learning and memory. It is influenced by various factors including development, sensory experiences, and brain disorders. Long-term synaptic plasticity is accompanied by protein synthesis and trafficking, leading to structural changes of the synapse. In this review, we focus on the synaptic structural plasticity, which has mainly been studied with in vivo two-photon laser scanning microscopy. We also discuss how a special type of synapses, the multi-contact synapses(including those formed by multi-synaptic boutons and multi-synaptic spines),are associated with experience and learning.

Yang Yang Ju Lu Yi Zuo
School of Life Science and Technology, ShanghaiTech University Department of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology, University of California
Start-up funding from ShanghaiTech University and 2018YFC1005004 to YY the National Institute of Health R01MH104227,R01MH109475,R01NS104950 to YZ
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《Brain Science Advances》 2018年第02期99-117页
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