Coordinated activity of mossy cells contributes to encoding of spatial and contextual memories, study finds

The hippocampus is a crucial region in the brain of mammals, which has been predominantly linked to the formation of memories. The retrieval of memories stored in the hippocampus at a later stage relies on a process known as “pattern separation,” which entails the separate processing of and encoding of similar memories.

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