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Susumu Tonegawa

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Dans les méandres de la mémoire

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En 2013, Susumu Tonegawa, en poste au MIT, avait lui-même utilisé l'optogénétique pour des travaux publiés dans « Science ». Toujours réalisées sur des souris, les expériences avaient cette fois consisté à implanter dans leur mémoire de faux souvenirs.

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Memory-Erasing Drug Could Eliminate Severe Emotional Disorders — Is There a Downside?

Big Think (blog)
In a separate study, Nobel Prize winner Susumu Tonegawa and his team at MIT made a similar discovery. Experimenting on mice and using a state-of-the-art technique they invented, called optogenetics, researchers were able to show where positive and ...

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Memories retrieved in mutant 'Alzheimer's' mice

Nature.com
The research builds on earlier work by lead author Susumu Tonegawa, a neuroscientist, and his colleagues at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. Last year, they showed that in certain types of amnesia, memories were stored but could not ...




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Hot-wired for happiness?

Washington Post
Neuroscientist Susumu Tonegawa of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is studying how to artificially reactivate happy-memory cells to treat depression. The Nobel Prize-winning scientist spends part of the year conducting research in Wako-shi, Japan.


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