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Memories, as well as synaptic changes, can last for weeks or months or they can decay and dissipate within minutes or hours. The events described in the preceding (NMDAR activation followed by autophosphorylation of CaMKII) are probably involved only in the earliest stages of memory formation. What are the molecular changes required for the stability of synaptic changes and memory? There is considerable evidence that long-term memory requires the synthesis of new proteins (27). In particular, cyclic AMP and calcium-dependent activation of transcription factors (of the cAMP response element-binding protein [CREB] family) have been implicated in the stability of synaptic changes and memory (27–29).
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