Memory and DNA

David Longley David at longley.demon.co.uk
Tue May 2 23:32:00 EST 1995


In article <173928697S86.SHICKLEY at VM.TEMPLE.EDU> SHICKLEY at VM.TEMPLE.EDU  writes:

> 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.....

> TRy looking for old issues of "The Worm Runners Digest" out of University
> of Michigan from the 1960's-70's. Dr. James McConnel did some interesting
> work with conditioned responses in planaria (flat worms) which relates
> to what you are interested in.
> TS

Yes, there was, I think, a Scientific American Offprint on the same subject
and experiments, published in the early 70s?

-- 
David Longley



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