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Eric Kandel and colleagues from Columbia University and elsewhere outline a method for cataloging sets of RNA transcripts shuttled to the synapse during learning. The enrichment-based approach takes advantage of interactions between these mRNAs and the transport protein kinesin, study authors say.

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