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RGS14 inhibition?

rgs14 memory retrieval

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#1 vector

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Posted 19 July 2017 - 03:56 AM

Hi folks,

Basically I want to know if this: http://www.abcam.com...dy-ab15720.html


can help me down-regulate this?


RGS14 works on the CA2 area of the hippocampus to prevent the LTP of memories.  That's right, a protein that is plentiful in our very own hippocampus is making us dumber.  Oh, also, increasing it's expression in the visual cortex enhances visual memory close to photographic memory levels.


There was a big todo about it maybe 7 years ago, but not much since then that I've found.  Well I want to decrease it's expression in the hippocampus.  Thoughts?

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