"Perirhinal Cortex" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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An area in the temporal lobe that is important for memory encoding and retrieval. It is bordered caudally by the parahippocampal cortex (see HIPPOCAMPUS) and ventrally and medially by the ENTORHINAL CORTEX.
- Perirhinal Cortex
- Cortex, Perirhinal
- Cortices, Perirhinal
- Perirhinal Cortices
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Perirhinal Cortex" by people in Profiles.
Peters J, Scofield MD, Reichel CM. Chemogenetic activation of the perirhinal cortex reverses methamphetamine-induced memory deficits and reduces relapse. Learn Mem. 2018 09; 25(9):410-415.
Peters J, Scofield MD, Ghee SM, Heinsbroek JA, Reichel CM. Perirhinal Cortex mGlu5 Receptor Activation Reduces Relapse to Methamphetamine Seeking by Restoring Novelty Salience. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2016 May; 41(6):1477-85.