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RIKEN BSI News No. 28 (May. 2005)

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Special Feature

Dendritic Spines - Tiny Structures in the Brain for Communication and Information Storage

Dr. Morgan Sheng, RIKEN-MIT Neuroscience Research Center, Picower Center for Learning and Memory, Head, Laboratory for Regulation and Function of Dendritic Spines

Research Results at BSI

Specific GABA Circuits Sculpt Developing Cortical Columns

Laboratory for Neuronal Circuit Development

Shape-Shifting Cell Protein Helps Us Remember and Forget

RIKEN-MIT Neuroscience Research Center
Picower Center for Learning and Memory
Laboratory for Molecular Mechanism of Hippocampal Long-Term Potentiation


Dr. Shigeru Tanaka

Head, Laboratory for Visual Neurocomputing


International Workshop and Review Committee Meeting for Creating the Brain

World Brain Awareness Week 2005

RIKEN Open Day

Brain Network

Visiting Research Support Facilities on the U.S. West Coast

Dr. Ken-ichi Mitsui
Research Specialist, Research Resource Center (RRC),
Common Instrumentation

Cover Photo

Cover Photo

Upper: Refer to “Shape-Shifting Cell Protein Helps Us Remember and Forget”

Lower: Refer to “RIKEN Open Day”


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