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Information Storage and Retrieval

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Disease relevance of Information Storage and Retrieval


High impact information on Information Storage and Retrieval

  • Activity-dependent changes in the number of postsynaptic glutamate receptors underlie aspects of synaptic plasticity and provide a mechanism for information storage in the brain [3].
  • CD-ROM. A new advance in medical information retrieval [4].
  • These results provide evidence that NMDA receptor activation is required for the learning-induced selective reduction of spine synapses, which may serve as a mechanism of information storage specific for juvenile emotional learning events [5].
  • In humans, NMDA receptors have been linked to verbal memory processes, but it is unclear whether NMDA receptor-dependent synaptic plasticity can be recruited for information storage in the human CNS [6].
  • Because of their intriguing performance, carbocyanine dyes volunteer as a simple alternative for ultrahigh-density optical data storage [7].

Biological context of Information Storage and Retrieval


Anatomical context of Information Storage and Retrieval


Associations of Information Storage and Retrieval with chemical compounds

  • The discovery that mosaic patches in the liver of rat chimeras are fractal (a geometric form with characteristic complexity) suggests a possible information storage scheme for programs of parenchyma generation [14].
  • Flow-volume spirometry, a bronchodilator test, and histamine challenge at the office and home monitoring of peak expiratory flow (PEF) values twice daily for 4 wk with and without a beta2-agonist were performed with a novel device, the Vitalograph Data Storage Spirometer [15].
  • By the use of xenon-133 and a scintillation camera with digital data storage and processing system, a topographic relationship between ventilation distribution (V) and perfusion distribution (Q) was examined quantitatively in two groups of normal nonsmokers and one of older smokers, all healthy [16].
  • This effect is interpreted as a special case of the Piracetam-induced facilitation of the phylogenetically old mechanisms of redundant information storage which improve liminal or subnormal learning [17].
  • Diverse redox-active molecules bearing O-, S-, or Se-terminated tethers for attachment to silicon in studies of molecular information storage [18].

Gene context of Information Storage and Retrieval


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Information Storage and Retrieval


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