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ates the first conceptual link between molecular processes in the receiving part of the nerve cell and changes in the structure and function of its synapses. This could lead to a better understanding of molecular mechanisms, which lie at the heart of the brain's ability to learn and to remember.

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[1] MPG Press Release "Logistikprobleme an der Synapse", February 19, 2003 (German only)

Original work:
Goetze B, Tuebing F, Xie Y, Dorostkar MM, Thomas S, Pehl U, Boehm S, Macchi P, and Kiebler MA
The brain-specific double-stranded RNA binding protein Staufen2 is required for dendritic spine morphogenesis.
Journal of Cell Biology, Vol. 172 (2), 17 January 2006


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Source:Max-Planck-Gesellschaft


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