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LIFE SCIENCES BY BERNARD DIXON European Editorial Offices The Scientist Uxbrldge, U.K. " Positron emission tomography studies in 20 Swedish army officer cadets have revealed metabolic changes in the same regions of the brain during both tactile learning and tactile recognition. This exciting glimpse of brain metabolism accompanying conscious activity appears in a new journal launched by the European Neurosciences Association and designed to interest the entire universe of neuroscientists, fro

Bernard Dixon

LIFE SCIENCES

BY BERNARD DIXON
European Editorial Offices
The Scientist
Uxbrldge, U.K.

" Positron emission tomography studies in 20 Swedish army officer cadets have revealed metabolic changes in the same regions of the brain during both tactile learning and tactile recognition. This exciting glimpse of brain metabolism accompanying conscious activity appears in a new journal launched by the European Neurosciences Association and designed to interest the entire universe of neuroscientists, from behaviorists to molecular biologists.

P.E. Roland, L. Eriksson, L. Widen, S. Stone-Elander, “Changes in regional cerebral oxidative metabolism induced by tactile learning and recognition in man,” European Journal of Neuroscience, 1 (1), 3-18, January 1989.

" It comes as a shock to realize that although Giardia lamblia is numerically the most important cause of waterbome infectious disease in the U.S. and U.K., we know virtually nothing about the metabolism of protozoans of its genus. Now research collaborators...

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