Brain’s Oxygen Deprivation Mechanism Hinders Memory Formation

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This shows a brain.Oxygen deprivation in the brain triggers a feedback loop involving glutamate and nitric oxide, causing anoxia induced long-term potentiation (aLTP). This process disrupts regular memory-enhancing mechanisms, potentially explaining memory loss post-stroke. The study offers insights into treating memory problems in stroke patients.

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