Memories are made by breaking DNA - and fixing it
Briefly

The findings, published on 27 March in Nature, are 'extremely exciting', says Li-Huei Tsai... how memories might form and last.
It also suggests a tantalizing possibility: this cycle might be faulty in people with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's, causing a build-up of errors in a neuron's DNA...
Read at Nature
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