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  1. A molecule called CaMKII seems to take synaptic information
  2. through the cell and activates CaMKII, calcium/calmodulin kinase II, which then rapidly--in learning,
  3. but memories can last a lifetime. So the question is where memories may be stored. And the CaMKII
  4. the C-terminal tails and--so the question is, how did the CaMKII relate to this microtubule?
  5. And it turns out it matches perfectly. Here's the CaMKII here with the top set of legs taken
  6. in microtubules via calcium-induced phosphorylation of CaMKII which then deposits the information
  7. of bits per bite for CaMKII, in this case, it's two to the sixth or 64. In this case,
  8. it's about 429. In this case, it's 5,281 just from one CaMKII. So the amount of information
  9. capacity in the--in the--conveyed through synaptic interactions, CaMKII on microtubules,
  10. shown with the CaMKII sounds like the perfect kind of a cellular memory.
  11. differentiation and memory. And I don't know--maybe Jack knows whether CaMKII is found widely
  12. >> HAMEROFF: Well, within seconds the CaMKII is distributed widely throughout the dendrites
  13. And that's the calcium CAMKII pathway
  14. In particular, the CaMKII
  15. Here is a CamKII sensor
  16. CaMKII, when it's inactive,
  17. is they tagged CaMKII on one terminus with GFP
  18. when CaMKII is inactive
  19. when CaMKII is inactive,
  20. and no FRET when CaMKII becomes active.