Dueling brain waves during sleep may decide whether rats remember or forget

Oscillations are key to information being solidified while a rat sleeps

line representation of brain waves

Delta waves (shown) are prevalent in the brain of a sleeping rat, and may spur the rat to forget information, a new study suggests.

Ganguly Lab/UCSF

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