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  • However, increased phenobarbital did not slow responses in a task requiring access to information in long-term memory [1].
  • To this end, the Human Brain Project, an initiative of several NIH Institutes and other United States Government agencies, is being developed to provide a computer database that will allow neuroscientists access to information at all levels of integration, from genes to behavior [2].
  • In this study, incremental doses of diazepam administered to 10 normal volunteers selectively impaired anterograde episodic memory and attention while totally sparing access to information in long-term memory (semantic or knowledge memory) [3].
  • The main goal of this coding system is to enable nationwide uniformity of coding, without losing access to information stored in the past, identified by the ICD/BPA code (the International Classification of Diseases as adapted by the British Paediatric Association) and/or the MIM code (McKusick's classification in Mendelian Inheritance in Man) [4].
  • There are many driving forces that are fostering the application of the secure, pervasive, ubiquitous and transparent access to information and computing resources that Grid technologies can provide [5].

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  • These findings indicate that in CPSs-patients the elaboration of dream experience is maintained in both REM and NREM sleep, while the access to information for conversion into dream contents and the consolidation of dream contents is much less effective during NREM rather than during REM sleep [9].
  • Access to information in the NHS is in need of huge improvements [10].
  • This strategy has resulted in over 7000 CBR volunteers, health workers, teachers in mainstream schools, families and villagers having access to information and skills which otherwise they would be denied [11].
  • The effects of CD-ROM on online end-user searching were discussed and it was suggested that direct online access to information might be a more appropriate medium for busy clinical and academic staff [12].
  • Prostate cancer continues to affect an increasing number of men in the United States. When diagnosed, these men may not have access to information that differentiates the long-term outcomes of one method of treatment from another [13].


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