Neurologists tied scattered memories among themselves

Scientists affected the brain of mice in a certain way. As a result, two separate groups of memories animals managed to unite among themselves, writes Cell Reports.

One group of mice, the scientists were put in a room of cylindrical shape, the other in a cubic room. In the second stage, the mice were pooled, a special device was electrocuted mice when they were in a cubic room. In mice of the first group, as a result, have developed a negative reaction to being in a cylindrical room, entering the room in cubic animals caused a sense of fear.

Due to the action of electric pulses, scientists were able to connect experiences mice safe from cylindrical room with shocks. As a result, the animals began to be afraid of finding in this room. Scientists believe the findings will help in developing new methods of treatment of brain diseases.

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