request good review article

dag.stenberg at dag.stenberg at
Thu Nov 5 03:55:28 EST 1998

K C Cheng <kccheng at> wrote:
> Review articles on memory at the protein/molecule level were very common
> earlier, in around 1970's.  However, since RNA was found to give 
> inconsistent results,  such articles are no longer as prominent. 
> Because molecules cannot account for memory and its necessary
> functions,  it would be futle to seek out such references.  

Observe that in those times one talked about "RNA" as ONE kind of molecule...
These days, one asks rather which of all the RNAs or their protein products
may be involved, and how. The conclusion of K C Cheng that "molecules
cannot account for..." is absolutely wrong. 

Dag Stenberg
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