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Despite extensive work on the signaling pathways that initiate the formation of memory, almost nothing has previously been known about the nature of the ‘‘engram,’’ or physical memory trace, itself (Dudai, 2002). The formation of long-term memory requires new protein synthesis for a brief period of an hour or ÃCorresponding author. , during the time window for cellular consolidation, but how do newly synthesized proteins store memory for days to weeks or longer? Which proteins are functionally important for memory storage, as opposed to those that may have other activity-dependent functions, such as regulating synaptic homeostasis, or increasing the neuronal connectivity that could enhance subsequent learning?
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In their model, the weak tetanization, although not strong enough to stimulate protein synthesis, could nonetheless set synaptic tags that could capture the PRPs that had been synthesized by the strongly tetanized input. , 2005). They ﬁrst showed that ZIP reversed late-LTP, as expected, but did not affect the maintenance of transient early-LTP. Then during a tagging experiment, when the early-LTP pathway would normally have been converted to late-LTP, they found that ZIP reversed potentiation at both the strongly and the weakly tetanized synapses.