Memory and DNA
COLLEEN M. SPECHT
v102nq9f at ubvms.cc.buffalo.edu
Wed Apr 26 18:15:02 EST 1995
In article <3nkhmb$l11 at newsbf02.news.aol.com>, bierme2 at aol.com (Bierme2) writes:
>I have a question about dna and memory. I am not a doctor so my knowledge
>is exceptionally limited. I have asked several individuals if they have
>ever heard of research being done in this area and no one has thus far.
>I would appreciate it if somebody out there knows if there is any research
>being done in this area and if there is documentation. I have an armchair
>theory that I wish to try to do some research to prove or disporve my
>theory, and maybe get an article or paper out of it. Please repond either
>here or email me "BIERME2 at aol.com". Thank you for any information.....
Eric Kandel's laboratory inhibited spatial learning in mice with a tyrosine
kinase mutation (or several, i think). There is also another report (also
mouse, i believe) where gene knockouts had the same effect - but i can't recall
the author at this time.
If this is what you are looking for, I would be happy to look up the references
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