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Scientists used a special breed of transgenic mouse to show that neurons in the basolateral amygdala that were activated during “fear conditioning” are also used in memory retrieval. The researchers said they used fear in their experiment because they don’t know whether mice experience joy but they definitely feel fear.

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Scientists used a special breed of transgenic mouse to show that neurons in the basolateral amygdala that were activated during “fear conditioning” are also used in memory retrieval. The researchers said they used fear in their experiment because they don’t know whether mice experience joy but they definitely feel fear.

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