“Leila Khatami”

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Ph.D. Student, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2012 - 2018 )

Related Papers

1. L. Khatami, V. Safari and F. Motamedi
Temporary inactivation of interpeduncular nucleus impairs long but not short term plasticity in the perforant-path dentate gyrus synapses in rats
Behavioural Brain Research 337 (2020),   [abstract]
2. L. Khatami, F. Khodagholi and F. Motamedi
Reversible inactivation of interpeduncular nucleus impairs memory consolidation and retrieval but not learning in rats: A behavioral and molecular study
Behavioural Brain Research 342 (2018), 79-88  [abstract]
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