Neural Plasticity / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Effect of Associative Learning on Memory Spine Formation in Mouse Barrel Cortex

Table 1

Statistically significant effects of conditioning and pseudoconditioning on dendritic spines in the barrel cortex.

Single-synapse spinesDouble-synapse spines

Effects after conditioningDecrease in the number of thin spinesIncrease in the number of sER-free and SA-containing spines
Increase in inhibitory PSD area in sER- and SA-containing spines
Increase in the number of polyribosomes in SA-containing spines

Effects after conditioning and pseudoconditioningIncrease in the number of polyribosomes in sER-free spines
Decrease in the number of polyribosomes in sER-containing spines
Increase in the number of mushroom spines
Decrease in the number of stubby spines

Effects after pseudoconditioning onlyIncrease in the number of sER-free spinesIncrease in the number of polyribosomes in sER-free spines

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